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NORWOOD HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY 

245 Nichols Street 

Noraood, MA 02062 




^J~oreword 



Norwood High School has "growing pains." By next September the 
number of classrooms will be doubled in number and our student body 
correspondingly increased. We shall become for a time a four-year high 
school instead of a three-year one. We Seniors who have suffered through 
the noise and confusion of the building process and endured the restric- 
tions of crowded classrooms and inadequate facilities will be gone. We 
shall, however, have borne up under these "growing pains" and in witness 
thereof we have worked out our yearbook theme in proof of our patience 
and valiance and our triumphant survival. 





NORWOOD SENIOR HIGH S(J 

NORWOOD, MASSACHUSETTS 



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ARCHITECT'S DRAWING SHOWING NORWOOD SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, 
NORWOOD, MASSACHUSETTS, AND THE PROJECTED ADDITION. 

(Courtesy of Korslund, LeNormand, and Quannt 



NORWOOD HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY 

245 Nichols Street 

Norwood, MA 02062 




Superintendent Philip O. Coakley 




School Board 

Staxdikg: Mr. Donahue, Mr. Diggs, Mr. While, Mr. Reynolds, Mr. Cavanmijrh 

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Last June, Miss Grace McGonagle, for forty-three years a member of 
the Norwood High School Faculty, retired from teaching. She was for many 
years the school treasurer and head of the Commercial Department, having 
come to Norwood High School directly from college. Her legion of students owe 
much of their success to her realistic approach to teaching, and her name 
will always evoke pleasant memories for thousands of graduates of Norwood 
High School. We extend to her our heartiest thanks and all good wishes 
for many happy days ahead. 



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As we accept our hard-earned 
diplomas in June, many of us will 
remember with deep regret that one 
of our number has gone ahead to a 
greater Commencement Day. Diane 
Murphy, a sweet and charming mem- 
ber of the Class of 1961, died after 
a long illness during our Junior year 
at Norwood High School. To her 
family we extend once more our 
sympathy in the loss we share with 
them. 



On the evening of Inauguration 
Day the faculty, students, and 
townspeople learned of the sudden 
and untimely death of Mr. D. Vin- 
cent Kenefick, head of the History 
Department. During his twenty-six 
years of dedicated service to the 
town, Mr. Kenefick helped hundreds 
of boys and girls to become enlight- 
ened citizens and by precept as well 
as example taught them to be better 
Americans. 



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The 1961 Tiot is respectfully dedicated to John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the thirty- 
fifth President of the United States. After graduation, we too will face "New 
Frontiers" and new trials of our abilities and courage. Together with him we shall 
strive to build toward a finer country in a better world. 

Courage is in the air in bracing whiffs 

Better than all the stalemate an's and if's ■ ■ ■ 

It makes the prophet in us all presage 

The glory of a next Augustan age 

Of a power leading from its strength and pride, 

Of young ambition eager to be tried, 

Firm in our free beliefs without dismay, 

In any game the nations want to play — Robert Feost 



(President Kennedy sent us the picture of himself and his best wishes to the student body- He said 
that lie appreciated and was complimented by our dedication- — The Editors) 

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Administration 




Principal Charles A. Hay den 



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Administration 





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Miss Katherine E- Ryan 

Dean of Girls 

Chairman Senior Advisers 

Biology 



Mr- Martin O'Donnell 

Submaster 

Basic Math 

Commercial Geography 



Mr. Thomas J. Roche 
Vice-Principal 

Physics 
Track Coach 
Staff Council 




Mrs- Helene Goepner 
Guidance Director 



Mr- James Donovan 
Guidance Director 



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Senior Advisers 




Aliss Teresa McXuIty 

Shorthand, Typewriting 

Vilintf, General Business 

Adviser F.11LA- 





Mr. John Piccirilli 

Algebra, Geometry 

Math IV 



Miss Margaret Wegerdt 

US- History 

Modern Problems 





Miss Maureen Lyons 
Home Economies 



Mr. Vincent Overlook 

Algebra 

Plane Geometry 

Jlasic Math 



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Senior Advisers 





Miss Ruth M- Johngren 

French, Spa/iish 

Chairman Foreign Language 

Department 



Mr. Everett F. Learnard 

Chairman Science Department 

Chemistry, Physics 

Staff Council 




Mr- Edward W. Quill 
English 



Mrs- Florence Riley 

French 

Latin 

Yearbook Adviser 



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Miss Nancy Weir 
English 



Junior Advisers 




Mr. John 15. Kelley 

Chairman Junior Advisers 

Chairman Business Dept- 

Bookkeeping 

Commercial Law 




Miss Elizabeth O'Sullivan 
English 






Miss Louise McCormack 

English 



Mr. Pritchett A. Khi!j;li 

Chemistry 

Biology 



Mr. William Ganter 
Biology 



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Junior Advisers 




Miss Catherine A- Coleman 
English 




Mr- John Sullivan 

Biology, Chemistry 

Photography Club Adviser 




Mr- Walter J Peterson 
English 



Miss Margaret Kenefiek 

li usiness Train ing 

Shorthand 

Typewriting 



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Sophomore Advisers 





Mr. John J. Flaherty 

Chairman English Dept- 

Dramatics Adviser 



Mr. Gilbert F. Dehler 

Chairman 

Sophomore Advisers 

Latin 




Mrs. Tillie Coburn 

Algebra, CP Math 

FT -A- Adviser 

National Honor 

Society Sponsor 






Mr- Arthur Gulla 

Economics 
Modern History 



Mrs. Delores Staton 

French, Spanish 
Hilltopper Adviser 



Mr- Carl Tamnii 
General Business 
Training 
Typewriting 



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Sophomore Advisers 




Miss Ann Lanoue 

United States History 

Modern History 




Mr. James A- Dunn 

Chairman Math- Department 

Algebra, Advanced 

Mathematics 




Mr- Howard E- Bush 
Art Department 



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Mr. Harold Flaherty 

United States History 

Modern History 



Special Advisers 




Mr. Orlando M. Scafati 

Director of Physical 

Education, Athletics, 

Football and Baseball Coach 





Mrs. Teresa Sweeney 
Librarian 



Mr- Richard Bonin 

US- History 
Modern Problems 
Driver Training 





Miss Mary Hubbard 
English 

Student Council Adviser 



Mrs. Ethel E- McGratb 
Developmental Reading 





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Mr. Louis .1 ■ Buscone 
Geometry 
Algebra 




Mr- Fred Richardson 

Related Vocational Studies 

Basketball, JV. Baseball, and 

Cross Country Coach 




Mr. Richard Maboney 

Hygiene, Hoys' Tennis 

J-V. Basketball 

Assistant Football Coach 



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Mr. Clifford H. Wheeler 

Mechanical Drawing 

Director Jioys' Vocational 

School 



Special Advisers 




Mrs. Lee H albert 

Ph tiaical Education 

Modern History 

United States History 





Mr. John Kaueett 

Varsity Choir, flih'is. 

Ili-Los, Music A ftjirccio/ion 




Mr- Stanley Fisher 

Vocational Science, llasic Math 

Economic Geography 

Driver Education 



Mr. (ieorjxe Fiirnhiiin 

Orchestra 

Hand, Director 



Mr. Lewis (I. 1 .11^1 on 
Hoys' Vibrational Shop 



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Secretarial and Nursing Staff 





Miss Jean M. Connolly 
School Secretary 



Mrs. Gertrude Thompson 
Assistant School Secretary 





Mrs. Evelyn Ashman 
Guidance Secretary 



Mrs- Mary Folan 
School Nurse 



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Maintenance and Luncheon Personnel 




Mrs. Connolly 
Supervisor 



Mrs. Praino, Mrs- Logue, Mrs- Naughton, Mrs- O'Leary 




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SHME OH HARVEST 





Class of 1961 Officers as Sophomores 

Donahue, Bayer, Brannelly, Groves, Butters, Diggs, Balfour 



We Lay The Foundation 



The Class of 1961, 280 strong, became 
an active part of Norwood High in Sep- 
tember 1958, determined to make the very 
best of the three difficult years ahead. 
Shortly we elected officers to represent 
us and lead us through our first year 
on the Hill. President Charles Donahue 
was adequately supported by vice-presi- 
dent Dixie Lee Groves, secretary Maureen 
Brannelly, treasurers Joan Bayer and 
Steven Butters, and A. A. representatives 
Jacqueline Diggs and Thomas Balfour. 

The Sophomore Halloween Party was 
our high school social debut. Coke, dough- 
nuts, corn stalks, pumpkins, and merri- 
ment characterized this affair where stu- 
dents and teachers alike danced the eve- 
ning away. Emcee Charlie Donahue kept 
the ball rolling by introducing entertain- 
ment by Leona Sansone, Susan Smith, 
Janat DiCicco, Jean Karshis, and other 
talented performers. 



Sportswisc, we were very proud of our 
boys, who brought credit both to them- 
selves and to the class with their athletic 
abilities. Pigskin fighters Phil DeRose, 
John O'Donnell, Don Coughlin, Jack 
Cotter, Fred Pasquale, and Jack Lane 
began their football careers that season ; 
and hockey participation by Charlie 
Donahue, Jim Jessick, Ken Arvidson, and 
Paul Johnson gained them a position of 
prominence. Shining diamondmen showed 
promise of brilliant hitting and fielding 
during the successful spring-time season. 
This sport claimed the energies of Brian 
Hebner, Paul Folan, Phil DeRose, Jeff 
Johnson, and Larry Newman. 

By June we had achieved a good name 
both socially and academically. With a 
high morale and aggressive spirit, we 
smiled at the past and looked impatiently 
and expectantly toward the future, anx- 
ious to build on the foundation we had 
firmly established. 



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Class of 196] Officers as Juniors 

Xugent, Diggs, Donahue, Bayer, Constantino, Connolly, Yelapi 

The Superstructure Goes Up 



With vigor and persistence the class of 
'(51 marched through their difficult but 
eventful Junior year. For capable lead- 
ership throughout the second phase of our 
life on the Hill, we re-elected Charles 
Donahue president and appointed the fol- 
lowing cabinet: David Nugent, vice-presi- 
dent ; Xorcen Connolly, secretary ; Joan 
Haver and Salvatore Constantino, treas- 
urers ; and Jacqueline Diggs and Joseph 
Yelapi, A. A. representatives. 

Our gridiron greats included the pre- 
vious year's veterans, and our outstand- 
ing Junior hockey players went into the 
State Tournament with the rest of the 
(iolden Nuggets. Valuable assets to the 
basketball team were Larry Newman, 
Phil DeKose, and Fred Carritte. 

Our feminine classmates also flourished 
in the field of sports. The recognition of 
girls' basketball by the Student Council 
brought that team, which was comprised 
mainly of Juniors, into the limelight. 



These hardy hoopsters included Diane 
Welch, Jackie Diggs, Ann Oberlander, 
and Janet Feeney. Miss Wegerdt proudly 
coached NHS's first softball team, where 
Donna Olson, Norcen Connolly, Barbara 
Harris, Nancy Mahar, and Claire Puchal- 
ski made their debuts. 

After many hours of diligent and fun- 
filled work by various committees came 
our long-awaited Junior Prom. The 
theme song, "Some Fnchanted Evening", 
played its part well by helping to fill 
every minute of this important soiree with 
enjoyment and enchantment. 

We were proud indeed to send Danny 
Sarno to Europe under the American 
Field Service, as our Foreign Exchange 
student. His stay in Belgium was most 
enjoyable. 

The Class Day ceremonies in June 
made us realize that we were practically 
the seniors of old NHS and we waited 
with anticipation the exciting climax of 
our career. 



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Senior Class Officers 

Ward, Bayer, Nugent, Diggs, O'Donnell, Connolly, Donahue 

The Roof Goes On 



With dauntless spirit, we launched 
into the final stage of our high school 
career, quickly and efficiently building im- 
pressive towers on our Castle of Achieve- 
ment. Everybody welcomed our Foreign 
Exchange Student, Hildebrand Kummer, 
who was shortly nicknamed "Brad," and 
who won a warm place in our hearts 
immediately. 

Two early elections, preceded by vig- 
orous campaigns, resulted in the choice 
of the key people of the year. Class office 
positions were filled by Charles Donahue, 
President ; David Nugent, Vice-President ; 
Noreen Connolly, Secretary ; Joan Bayer 
and Michael Ward, Treasurers ; and Jac- 
queline Diggs and John O'Donnell, AA 
Representatives. Another ballot revealed 
these popular candidates for the Tioteer 
titles : Skirmante Makaitis and John 
O'Donnell as editors-in-chief; Diane 
Cronin and James Crawford as circula- 



tion editors ; Maureen Brannelly and Ken- 
neth DeLisle as advertising editors ; and 
Editli Lindblom, Kenneth Arvidson, and 
William Pye as art editors. As president 
of the Student Council, Daniel Sarno led 
the execution of his organization's proj- 
ects ; while Mary Dcasy and Charles 
Sulkala headed up the newspaper. 

The blue and white shone all around 
this season, adding a commendable rec- 
ord to the annals of school athletics. A 
booming victory over Needham opened 
the football season and set the pace for 
future wins. Don Coughlin, Jack Cotter, 
Jack Lane, Jim Jessick, Tom Balfour, 
Dave Nugent, Larry Newman, Charlie 
Donahue, Al Pasquale, and Mike Marks 
fought hard, along with captains John 
O'Donnell and Phil DeRosc, to attain their 
well-earned rank of second in the league. 
Ceaseless moral support was given by 
loyal rooters, led by the cheerleaders : 



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Captain Dale Johnson, Jackie Solomon, 
Nancy Pelletier, Reeny Connolly, Maura 
Graney, Paula Wilder, and juniors Mari- 
beth Pender, Judy Folan, and Jean Fer- 
rara. 

In December, the curtain rose on our 
class play, "Onions in the Stew". This 
hilarious comedy, coached by Mr. John 
Flaherty, convinced a responsive audi- 
ence of the dramatic qualities of the cast, 
which included Renata Simenas, Paul 
Bergin, Lois Curran, Mike Ward, Carlene 
Race, and John DeFlaminis. 

The cagers thrilled basketball fans with 
many exciting and close games. Captains 
Larry Newman and Phil DeRose, Fred 
Caritte, and Eric Konstaitis kept the 
team spirits high, in spite of frequent 
injuries. 

Teamwork was the formula that won 
the Bay State crown for the Golden Nug- 
gets this season. Charles Donahue, Jim 
Jessick, Don Smith, Walter Nally, Paul 
Johnson, Kennj' Arvidson, and some shin- 
ing underclassmen fought hard side by 
side with creditable sportsmanship, win- 
ning ten straight games, defeating every 
other team in the league, capturing the 
league title, and making a tremendous 
showing in the state tournament. Charlie 
Donahue also won a first string berth on 
the state all-scholastic team. 



April contained an exciting spectacular 
— the senior musicale "Sunbonnet Sue," 
starring Ann Clinch, Dave Troilo, John 
DeFlaminis, Jackie Solomon, Frances 
Eckhardt, Bob Salie, Sheila Ruscitti, 
Peter Reeves, Candace Perchway, Martha 
Badger, included most members of the 
class in its numerous songs, spritely 
dances, and moving drama. This was 
truly equal fun for both the participants 
and the spectators. 

Spring brought an early and rugged 
training for an enthusiastic baseball 
team. Our shining diamondmen were Jack 
Cotter, Don Coughlin, Brian Hebner, Jeff 
Johnson, Larry Newman, Phil DeRose, 
Carl Pruell, Paul Folan and Dave Nugent. 

May magically transformed a most spe- 
cial evening into an enchanting experi- 
ence. "Wonderland by Night" was the 
appropriate theme of the senior prom, an 
occasion that can never be recreated or 
equalled. 

Time grows short now, and we can 
see the end of the road ahead, and the 
many branches into which it suddenly 
divides. But although we soon part com- 
pany, the monument we so carefully built 
will remain with each of us, forever com- 
memorating each of our projects — aca- 
demic, sport, social, and binding together 
all the loyal members of the Class of 
1961 of Norwood High School. 



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DAVID ABLEY "Butch" 

38 Railroad Avenue 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale. 

Tall, handsome and very polite . . . has gained in 
personality this year, a Sunoco attraction. 



JANICE ACKER "Jan" 

96 Lincoln Street 
Ticket Seller 1, 2, 3; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale; Senior Play Committee — usherette; 
Photography I, 2, 3. 

Self-sufficient but friendly . . . always willing to do 
more than her share . . . interested in photography. 



JEAN MARIE ABREU "Jeanne" 

44 David Terrace 
Get-acquainted Tea 2; Open House 1; Parents' 
Night 1; Step Party 2; Christmas Sale 2; White 
Elephant Sale 1; Peahody Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Press Club 1; F.N.A. 2; Junior Prom 
Committee; Honor Roll 1. 

Pert and friendly . . . has a smile for everyone 
. . . she anxiously awaits the coming of June. 



CLYDE ADAMS "Fido" 

247 Union Street 
Football 1, 2, 3; Senior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Projection Club 1, 2, 3. 
Proud possessor of a curious vehicle, but really 
famous for his appearance on horseback one mem- 
orable occasion. 




RICHARD ALLBEE "Duane" 

14 Sycamore Street 
Honor Roll 1; Football 1; Basketball 1, 2; Track 
3; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Commit- 
tee; Senior Musicale; Student Council Delegate 3; 
Varsity Choir 2, 3; Hi-Fis. 

A towering tousle-head whose long legs help in the 
basketball court . . . has strong mechanical interests. 



JOHN ANDERSON "Andy" 

20 Saunders Road 
Track 3; Cross Country 1, 3; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale- 

A harrier par excellence . . . scientifically inclined 
... a wiry physique. 



ROSEMARIE ALLEN 

5 Avon Road 
Honor Roll 3; Senior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Student Council Dance 3; Varsity Choir 
1; Hi-Los. 

A dark-haired lass with sparkling eyes ... a true 
and sympathetic friend . . . an asset to any gathering. 



GRACE MARIE ARABY 

63 Garfield Avenue 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale. 

Casual and carefree . . . a laughter-loving nature 
. . . well-poised, trim and svelte. 



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KENNETH H. ARVIDSON "Rocket" 

221 Winter Street 
Honor Roll 2; Hockey 1, 2, 3; Cross Country 1, 2; 
Election Commission 3; Traffic Squad; Senior Prom 
Committee; Senior Musicale; Yearbook Art Co- 
Editor; Student Council Dance 1, 2, 3; Student 
Council Delegate 1, 2; Student Council Officer 3. 
A calm, level-headed lad with blond hair and quick 
wit . . . Ken is a skater with finesse and speed. 



MARTHA JEAN BADGER 

40 Clapboardtree Street 
Ticket Seller 2; Assembly Committee 2, 3; Soph- 
omore Christmas Assembly; Senior Prom Commit- 
tee; Senior Musicale; Senior Play Committee; 
Orchestra 2, 3; Varsity Choir 1, 2, 3; Hi-Los ; 
District Chorus. 

An accomplished cellist and devoted band member 
. . . possesses a charming smile and an ingratiating 
personality. 



KATHRYN BABEL "Kathy" 

32 Prospect Avenue 
Softball Team 2, 3; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale; Senior Play-usherette; Varsity 
Choir 2, 3; Hi-Los. 

'61's favorite chatterbox . . . vociferous at all ath- 
letic contests . . . always busy, a social butterfly. 



PAUL BAILEY "Beetle" 

35 Endicott Street, Canton 
Cross Country 3, manager; Sophomore Christmas 
Assembly; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale. 
Mild-mannered and relaxed at all times . . . a 
spirited sports enthusiast. 





THOMAS BALFOUR "T.J." 

50 Oak Road 
Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Sophomore Party 
Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom 
Committee; Senior Musicale; F.T.A. 2, 3; Projec- 
tion Club 1, 2; Varsity Choir 1, 2, 3; Hi-Fis. 
A tall, strong, good-looking lad ... a stalwart end 
on the football team . . . personable and popular. 



JOSEPH BARBERIE "Joe" 

69 Hickory Road 
Football 1, 2; Senior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale. 

An import from Randolph, a veritable sky-scraper 
. . . made to order for basketball. 



NANCY BANNON "Nance" 

162 Nichols Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale; Senior Play Committee; 
F.B.L.A. 2, 3; F.T.A. 3. 

Soft-spoken and self-effacing ■ . ■ responds gen- 
erously to friendly gestures. 



SUSAN BARRETT "Sue" 

57 Stratford Road 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Senior 
Play. 

Peripatetic Sue covers a lot of ground in that con- 
vertible ... a merry-eyed, candid-spoken gal. 



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HELEN BARTSCH "Laurie" 

70 Richland Road 
Softball Team 3; Junior Prom Committee; Senior 
Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Senior Play 
Committe; Varsity Choir 3; Hi-Los. 
The all-American yirl both in appearance and per- 
sonality . . . everybody likes Helen and she returns 
the compliment. 



JOAN BAYER 

193 Walpole Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; 
Softball Team 2; Class Officer 1, 2, 3; Junior Mu- 
sicale; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee; FN A. 1. 

An attractive efficient class officer . . . our Joanie 
has a smile and a good word for everyone . . . 
sincerity personified. 



BONADAY C. BECK "Bonnie" 

26 Sycamore Street 
Softball Team 1, 3; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale; Senior Play-usherette; Yearbook 
Advertising Committee; F.N. A. 1; Varsity Choir 3; 
Hi-Los. 

Tall and fair ■ . ■ her nickname suits her to a T ■ . . 
a fun-loving nature lurks behind her quiet exterior- 

CLARA BECKER 

120 Wilson Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Christmas Assembly; 
Senior Musicale. 

A little girl with a big heart, always cooperative 
and hard working. 




JULIANNE BENKAVITCH "Juli" 

165 Union Street 
Honor Roll 1, 2; Ticket Seller 1, 2; Traffic Squad; 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Student Council Dance 1; Varsity Choir 3; Hi-Los- 
Well-dressed, well-mannered ■ ■ ■ somewhat retir- 
ing, but a willing worker and a conscientious sfaident- 



PETER BIAGIOTTI "Pete" 

8 Burnley Road 
Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale, Tennis 3. 
A Far West contribution ■ ■ ■ his arrival caused 
a minor lunchroom riot ■ ■ the girls were all 
agog because of his good looks and manly bearing' 



PAUL D. BERGIN 

56 Adams Street 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Traffic Squad; Senior Play; 
Yearbook Circulation Committee; Student Council 
Delegate 3; Chess Club; Varsity Choir 3; Hi-Fis. 
A lanky, serious-minded lad ■ ■ ■ Paul's fine schol- 
astic ability and willingness to work is admired 
by many- 



HERBERT BONNEY "Herb" 

33 Berwick Place 
Honor Roll 1; Election Commission 3; Traffic Squad; 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale; Senior Play Committee; Yearbook 
Advertising Committee; Chess Club; Photography 
Club 3. 

A well-mannered, considerate lad ■ ■ ■ Herb has 
a warm smile and a friendly greeting for all. 



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MAUREEN RITA BRANNELLY 
96' Railroad Avenue 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 1; Election Com- 
mission 3; Traffic Squad; Junior Prom Committee; 
Senior Prom; Senior Musicale; Yearbook Advertising 
Co-Editor; Student Council Dance 3; Student Council 
Officer 3; Varsity Choir 3. 

Uninhibited and original, pert and pretty ■ ■ ■ an 
outstanding student and irreplaceable class member. 



JOSEPH BROWN "Joe" 

49 Nichols Street 
Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Varsity 
Choir 1; Hi-Fis. 

Excels as a guitarist ■ ■ ■ frequently in "hot water" 
■ ■ ■ strong member of the "wall" organization,. 



ROBERT BRISSETTE "Buzz" 

14 Belnap Road 
Get-acquainted Tea; Parents' Night; Open House; 
White Elephant Sale 1; Step Party 2; Christmas 
Sale 2; Senior Musicale- 

Buzz embodies the "tall, dark, and handsome" quali- 
ties ■ ■ ■ pursues the fairer sex ■ • ■ quiet, yet genial. 



PATRICIA BUCKLEY "Patsy" 

75 Day Street 
Ticket Seller 1; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior 
Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Senior Play Committee; Student Council 
Dance 1; F. N. A. 1, 2, 3; Varsity Choir 1; Hi-Los 
A good-humored, generous girl with a self-possessed 
manner and persevering attit-ude- 





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JOHN BUSCH "Jack" 

54 Tremont Street 
Assembly Committee 1; Junior Prom Committee; 
Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Projec- 
tion Club 1. 

Known for his distinctive gait and hot Plymouth 
■ ■ ■ Jack is the light-hearted and carefree type- 



ROBERT CADY "Bob" 

153 Spruce Road 
Sophomore Christmas Assembly; Sophomore Party 
Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Mu- 
sicale- 

Content with the status quo ■ ■ ■ is deceptively 
mild of manner and always on the move- 



STEPHEN J- BUTTERS "Steve" 

53 Adams Street 
Hockey 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 1; Traffic Squad; 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale; Student Council Delegate 1; F-T-A- 
2, 3; Projection Club 3; Varsity Choir 3- 
./ devil-may-care prankster with a happy disposi- 
tion, Steve is also a standout on our hockey team- 



JUDITH CAMPISANO "Judi" 

30 Highview Street 
Softball Team 1, 2; Sophomore Christmas Assembly; 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musical; 
F.N.A. 1, 3; Varsity Choir 2, 3; Hi-Los. 
Petite and soignee with a flair for fashion and 
a knack of always appearing fresh and unruffled- 



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STANLEY CARITA "Stan" 

8 Hillcrest Road 
Track 2; Tennis 1; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Senior Musicale; Photography Club 1- 
Careless and casual of manner ■ ■ ■ has strong 
opinions which he backs up readily- 



FRED CARRITTE "Carrot" 

4 Inverness Road 
Honor Roll 2; Basketball 2, 3; Track 3; Cross 
Country 3: Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom 
Committee; Senior Musicale; Varsity Choir 3; 
Hi-Fis. 

A tall and talented basketball player ■ . . often 
seen cruising around on his motor scooter • • • this 
lad from Kansas is held in high esteem- 



ROSEANN CARRABINO 

52 Saunders Road 
Softball Team 1, 2; Ticket Seller 3; Sophomore 
Party Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Senior Play Committee; Yearbook Typ- 
ing Committee; Student Council Dance 3; Varsity 
Choir 2, 3; Hi-Los- 

Serene of manner with a voice that indicates a 
tranquillity of character- 



CHARLES CARROLL "Sun Ray" 

1175 Washington Street 
Track 3; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Student Council Delegate 3; Photography Club 3; 
Hi-Fis; Business Club 3- 

A V- I- P- at Holiday Haven ■ ■ ■ used to be a 
''Wiseman" ... a diligent worker- 




BARBARA ETHEL CASS "Barbs" 

10 Sycamore Street 
Open House 1 ; Parents' Night 1 ; Christmas Sale ; 
Senior Musicale- 

Blithe and gay of heart ■ ■ ■ comradely with 
a wonderful disposition- 



ROBERT CAVALLARO "Bob" 

793 Neponset Street 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; National Honor Society 2, 3; 
Traffic Squad; Senior Play Committee; Yearbook 
Advertising Committee; Science Club. 
This twin excels in the languages ■ ■ ■ as modest 
and amiable as his twin ■ ■ ■ nice in every way- 



RICHARD CAVALLARO "Rick" 

795 Neponset Street 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Traffic Squad; Senior Musicale; 
Projection Club I ; Science Club 3. 
This twin excels vn the sciences • • ■ that white 
convertible is eyed covetously by all ■ ■ ■ it i/niet 
composed gentleman- 



FRED WILLIAM CHAPMAN 

929 Washington Street 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Senior Musicale; Band 1, 2, 3- 
1 quiet serious lad who is successful in the class- 
room as well us in the musical field - • • expresses 
himself succinctly anil accurately- 



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ANN JANE CHERRY "Annie" 

84 Oak Street, Walpole 
Open House 1 ; Parents' Night 1 ; Get-acquainted 
Tea 2; Step Party 2; Christmas Sale 2; White 
Elephant Sale 1 ; Student Co-operative Secretary 
1; Prom Committee 2; Senior Musicale. 
The "Girl Friday" of Beauty Culture II ■ ■ ■ always 
"ready, 'willing, and able" to lend a helping hand- 



JOHN CLANCY 

16 Philbrick Street 
Track 3; Sophomore Christmas Assembly; Sopho- 
more Party Committee; Senior Musicale. 
Likes to be in the "centre" of things ■ ■ ■ tenacious 
and with strong opinions. 



LINDA JEAN CHMIELORZ "Zip" 

46 Bruce Road 
Honor Roll 2; Sophomore Party Committee; Senior 
Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Senior Play 
Committee- 

An able adept stenographer-in-the-making ■ ■ ■ 
a tall slender brunette with many extra-curricular 
interests- 



JOSEPH CLANCY "Pixie" 

97 Railroad Avenue 
Track 3; Cross Country 3; Senior Musicale; Soph- 
omore Party Committee; FBI A. 3. 
A jaunty, devil-may-care - ■ ■ a Hercules in miniature 
■ ■ ■ school is just a necessary evil- 




ANNE CLINCH "Clincher" 

174 Lane Drive 
Honor Roll 1, 2; Traffic Squad; Sophomore Party 
Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom 
Committee; Senior Musicale; Senior Play; Band 
2, 3; Class Will; Varsity Choir. 
Ebullient of nature and acute of mind - . ■ this 
talented soprano and peppy majorette is a class 
favorite- 



VIRGINIA ELIZABETH COLA "Ginger" 

75 Elliot Street 
Honor Roll 1; Sophomore Party Committee; Band 
1, 2, 3; Press Club; Christmas Pageant; Christmas 
Sale; Senior Musicale; Class Day '60. 

Accomplished clarinet player ■ ■ ■ Ginger always 
lias a friendly smile to match her personality- 



BARBARA CLOSE "Barb" 

92 Lincoln Street 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; National Honor Society 2; Soft- 
ball Team 3; Football Program Committee 1, 2, 3; 
Traffic Squad; Senior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Senior Play Committee; Yearbook Adver- 
tising Committee; Student Council Delegate 3; Hill- 
topper 3- 

A talented teller of anecdotes, Barb's conversation 
sparkles with humor ■ ■ . strong scholastically, too- 



SUSAN COLLINS "Sue" 

100 Dav Street 
Softball Team 3; Ticket Seller 3; Senior Prom 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 

A stately and charming blonde with a smile as sweet 
as her nature- 



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CHARLES CONLEY "Ginch" 

225 Railroad Avenue 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale; FBLA. 2, 3; Varsity 
Choir 1; Hi-Fis. 
Amiable and qregarious, "Ginch's" interests do not 



gregarious, 
lie in the classroom ■ ■ 
town- 



calm, cool man-about- 



NOREEN CONNOLLY "Reeny" 

13 Nahatan Street 
Softhall Team 2, 3; Class Officer 2, 3; Traffic Squad; 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Yearbook 
Circulation Committee; Student Council Dance 2, 
3; Student Council Delegate 1, 2, 3; Varsity Choir 
2, 3. 

A well-liked and very active member of our class 
■ ■ ■ loves parties and people - ■ ■ that smile is her 
talisman- 



DONNA MARIE CONNAUGHTON "Donna" 

Tiliston Road, Randolph 
Christmas Sale 2; Step Party 1; Get-acquainted Tea 
2; White Elephant Sale 1; Peabody Prom 2; Par- 
ents' Night 1. 

Sweet, sincere and demure, is this petite lass • - • 
possesses a roguish charm and laughing blue eyes- 



SALVATORE J. CONSENTINO "Salve" 

1062 Washington Street 
Class Officer 2; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior 
Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Student Council Delegate 2. 
Interested in fast cars and the fair sex ■ ■ . a ladies' 
man from way back- 



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JEANNE CORCORAN "Toodles" 

37 Rock Street 
Honor Roll 1, 3; Traffic Squad; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; 
F-N-A. 1; Varsity Choir 2, 3; Hi-Los. 
Dark-eyed and appealing ■ ■ ■ usually serious of 
mien ■ ■ ■ participates enthusiastically in school 
activities- 



NANCY CORREIA "Nance" 

10 Concord Avenue 
Softball Team 1; Basketball 1; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Senior Play Committee; Sponsorship Committee; 
F.T.A. 2, 3; Chess Club; Varsity Choir 1, 2, 3. 
Helpful at all times and friendly to everyone ■ ■ ■ 
radiates good nature ■ ■ ■ easily amused and loves 
to talk- 



PAULA CORMIER 

10 Ridge Road 
Softball Team 1, 2, 3; Ticket Seller 3; Sophomore 
Party Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Senior 
Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Student Council 
Dance 3- 

A lovely complexion ... a contagious giggle and 
a casual whimsical attitude toward life- 



KAREN LOUISE CORSINI "Kilty" 

6 Earle Street 
Open House 1; Sophomore Party 1; Get-Acquainted 
Tea 2; Christmas Sale 2; Step Party 1; White 
Elephant Sale 1; Peabody Prom 2; Parents' Night 
1; Senior Musicale. 

'■Where there's smoke, there's fire" ■ ■ ■ full of life 
. . . enjoys the company of the opposite sex- 



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JOHN COTTER "Jack" 

28 Chapel Street 
Football 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1; 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale; Projection Club 1, 2. 
A hard competitor in all sports ■ ■ ■ the mainstay 
of the football and baseball teams ■ ■ ■ has a strong 
interest in Walpole- 



JAMES CRAWFORD "Jim" 

103 Elliot Street 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Tennis 2, 3; Election Com- 
mission 3; Traffic Squad; Senior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale; Senior Play; Yearbook Circula- 
tion Co-Editor; Student Council Delegate 1; Var- 
sity Choir 2, 3; Hilltopper Staff 1, 2, 3. 
An able student with an adventurous, sea-loving 
spirit ■ ■ ■ collegiate but not a stereotype- 



DONALD COUGHLIN "Harry" 

77 Cross Street 
Football 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1; 
Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale. 
A persevering and hard-running half-back - ■ ■ Harry 
is a determined and self-reliant individual- 



FRANK CRISAFULLI 

40 David Terrace 
Track 3; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale 
Lithe and wiry ■ ■ ■ his black curly hair and dark 
eyes add dash to his personality- 





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CAROLINE CROFT "Shorty" 

95 Pleasant Street 
Honor Roll 3; Sophomore Party Committee; Senior 
Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Senior Play 
Committee- 

Gregarious and socially active • - - interested in 
extra-curricular affairs- 



MAUREEN CROOK 

24G Sunnyside Road 
Honor Roll 2, 3; Traffic Squad; Junior Prom 
Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Mu- 
sicale; Senior Play Committee; FT. A. 3; National 
Honor Society 3. 

A steadfast friend and persevering scholar - - - pre- 
possessing in appearance, punctilious in conduct- 



DIANE MARIE CRONIN "Di" 

20 Leyton Road 

Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Traffic Squad; Sophomore 

Christmas Assembly; Sophomore Party Committee; 

Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; 

Senior Musicale; Yearbook Circulation Co-Editor; 
F.T.A- 2, 3; Varsity Choir 1, 2, 3. 

Refined and lady-like, a -most attractive blonde ■ ■ ■ 
wide-eyed and appealing- 



ROBERT T. CROWLEY "Bob" 

39 Chickering Road 
Sophomore Christmas Assembly; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Prom Committee; Varsity Choir 
1, 2, 3; Hi-Fis. 

Mechanically expert, with a real future in the auto- 
motive industry • • ■ loves music anil motion- 



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WILLIAM CROWLEY "Bill" 

45 Endicott Street, Canton 
Cross Country 1, 3; Golf 1; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale. 

Cheerful <iud easygoing ■ ■ ■ a hunting and skin- 
diving enthusiast- 



WILLIAM CURTIS "Bill" 

67 Ridgewood Drive 
Baseball Team 1; Tennis Team 1, 2, 3; Senior 
Musicale; Senior Play Committee; Student Council 
Dance 1 ; Photography Club 1- 

Strongly interested in Math and Science ■ ■ ■ spends 
most of his time in mechanical endeavors- 



LOIS CURRAN "Twinks" 

235 Vernon Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale; Senior Play; Yearbook 
Advertising Committee; Student Council Delegate 
3; Varsity Choir 3; Hi-Los. 

Impetuous of action and changeable of mood ■ • ■ 
the "life-of-the-party" type around whom crowds 
gather. 



THOMAS HENRY CYR "Gumbi" 

256 East Street, East Walpole 
Peabody Open House; Get-acquainted Tea; White 
Elephant Sale; Senior Prom Committee- 
Happy-go-lucky, unexcitable and hard working . . ■ 
skilled in his trade, Tom always has a smile for 
everyone- 




JOHN W. DALE "Johnny" 

38 Cambridge Road 
Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Prom Commit- 
tee; Senior Musicale; FBLA. 3. 

Sympathetic and understanding - ■ - brawny build 
■ ■ ■ King Philip's loss, our gain- 



BEVERLY ANN DAY "Bev" 

99 Roosevelt Avenue 
Sophomore Party Committee; Christmas Assembly; 
Senior Musicale- 

Ftulx and fancies attract her ■ ■ ■ she loves change 
anil excitement ■ ■ ■ lovely coquettish eyes- 



VIRGINIA DENISE DALEY "Denny" 

18 Oxford Road 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Senior Play Committee; FN A. 3. 
Unassuming, sweet and pretty, Denny is a hard 
worker, sincere friend and capable student- 



MARY DEASY 

38 Spruce Road 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; National Honor Society 2, 3; 
Football Program Committee 1, 2, 3; Election Com- 
mission 3; Traffic Squad; Junior and Senior Prom 
Committee; Senior Play; Yearbook Circulation 
Committee; Student Council Delegate 3; Hilltopper 
Staff 1, 2 — Editor 3. 

Possesses "bel esprit" ■ ■ ■ accomplishes an unbclieve- 
able amount of work ■ ■ ■ pint-size but potent- 



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JULIA DeBAGGIS "Julie" 

421 Winter Street 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale; Senior Play; F.T.A. 3. 
Demure and kind ■ ■ ■ always well-dressed and neat 
. ■ . Julia applies herself diligently to her work- 



KENNETH DeLISLE "Ken" 

30 Lane Drive 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; National Honor Society 2, 3; 
Traffic Squad; Sophomore Party Committee; Senior 
Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Yearbook Adver- 
tising Co-Editor; Student Council Delegate 2- 
A future Madison Avenue man ... a steady, stable 
sort ■ ■ ■ also manages to have considerable fun- 



JOHN DeFLAMINIS "DeFoe" 

23 Highview Street 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1; Tennis 1, 2, 3; 
Traffic Squad; Senior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Senior Play; Yearbook Circulation Com- 
mittee; Chess Club; Varsity Choir 1, 2, 3; Science 
Club 3. 

An aspiring doctor-to-be ■ ■ ■ serious-minded and 
persevering ■ ■ ■ studies but doesn't miss the fun- 



JUDITH ANN DeLORRIO "Judy" 

527 Walpole Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Prom Committee- 

Flirtatious dark eyes and an ingratiating smile ■ ■ ■ 
well-endowed with brains and ability . ■ . already 
"spoken for"- 




ELIZABETH DEMERY "Betty" 

479 Common Street, Dedham 
Get-acquainted Tea 1, 2; Parents' Night 1; Open 
House 1 ; White Elephant Sale 1 ; Peabody Prom 
2; Step Party 2; Christmas Sale 2; Senior Musicale 
Soft spoken and reserved, Betty possesses a peaches 
and cream complexion and sea-blue eyes- 



PHILIP F. DeROSE "Phil" 

83 Dean Street 
Football 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Varsity Choir 1, 3; Hi-Fis. 

A great athlete who captained our baseball, foot- 
ball and basketball teams - ■ ■ utilizes his fine natural 
talent with great success- 



PETER DAVID DENISI "Dert" 

30 Lenox Avenue 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale; Parents' Night- 
A pint-sized personality full of good humor - ■ ■ 
never a dull moment when he's around- 



JANAT FRANCES DiCICCO "Jan" 

120 Winslow Avenue 
Softball Team 1, 2, 3; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale; Senior Play — usherette; Yearbook 
Advertising Committee; F-T-A- 2, 3; Varsity Choir 
3; Hilltopper 3. 

A fetching wench with an exotic beauty - • . argu- 
mentative and independent- 



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JACQUELINE CAROL DIGGS "Jackie" 

439 Washington Street 
Basketball 1, 2, 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 
1, 2, 3; Election Commission 1, 2, 3; Senior Musicale; 
Senior Play Committee; F-N-A- 2, 3; FT-A. 1, 2, 3; 
Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra I, 2, 3; Varsity Choir 
1, 2, 3; District Chorus. 

Straight of stature ■ ■ ■ moves with a graceful 
athletic stride ■ ■ ■ an excellent, energetic class 
officer- 

MAUREEN DOHERTY 

55 Winslow Avenue 
Softball Team 3; Ticket Seller 3; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale; FBLA. 3- 
An attractive and welcome addition to our class 
■ ■ ■ a proficient business student and future career 
girl- 



CHARLES DONAHUE "Chas" 

161 Bond Street 
Honor Roll 2, 3; Football 1, 3; Hockey 1, 2, 3; 
Cross Country 2; Golf 1, 2, 3; Class Officer 1, 2, 3; 
Traffic Squad; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Mu- 
sicale; Sponsorship Committee — Chairman; Student 
Council 1, 3; Officer 2. 

For three gears Chas has led our class with ability 
and finesse • • • the backbone of the hockey team, 
a hustling halfback, and an honor student. 

ANN DORAN 

22 Sycamore Street 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale; Senior Play; F-N-A. 1, 2, 3; Var- 
sity Choir 2, 3; Hi-Los 2, 3. 

An impish sense of humor ■ ■ ■ always beautifully 
and tastefully attired ■ ■ ■ one of the attractions at 
Furlong's. 




MICHAEL DREW "Spider" 

5 Kent Road 
Honor Roll 3; Track 3; Sophomore Party Commit- 
tee; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale; Chess Club; Band 1, 2, 3; 
Orchestra 1 ; Science Club. 

A bantam prankster who has fine ability in the 
classroom ■ ■ ■ Mike's nature and views are un- 
predictable- 



FRANCES A. ECKHARDT "Frankie" 

16 Cedar Lane 
Htnor Roll 2; Traffic Squad; Sophomore Christmas 
Assembly; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom 
Committee; Senior Musicale; Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 
1, 2, 3; Varsity Choir 1, 2, 3; Senior Play Com- 
mittee; District Chorus. 

A high-stepping rosy-cheeked majorette with a 
dimpling smile ■ ■ ■ interested in musical matters- 



EDWARD DUCLOS "Duke" 

15 Vernon Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Play; Band 
1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Varsity Choir 1, 2, 3; 
Hi-Fis; District Chorus; District Band. 
A talented and enthusiastic musician - - - has a 
friendly manner and pleasant smile for all- 



THEODORE W. EDWARDS, JR. "Ted" 

169 Washington Street 
Honor Roll 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee; Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Play 
Committee; Student Council Dance 1, 3- 
A fine mind for mathematics and science ■ ■ • Ted 
is always seen accompanying his gentle and faithful 
girl friend. 



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RALPH EKSTRAND "Ozzie" 

646 Neponset Street 
Tennis 1; Sophomore Christmas Assembly; Senior 
Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Projection 
Club 1. 



Hard-working and imaginative - • 
for a future in the scientific field- 



has great hopes 



DONNA ERICKSON 

81 Summer Street 
Softball Team 1 ; Sophomore Party Committee ; Jun- 
ior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale; Student Council Dance 2; Student 
Council Delegate 2. 

Another cute member of a popular and well-known 
clan ■ ■ ■ industrious and businesslike- 



KATHERINE ELLIS "Kathie" 

48 Bond Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Varsity Choir 3; Hi-Los. 

The essence of sweetness and compatibility • ■ . 
glowing complexion and perfect manners- 



ROBERTA ETTER "Bobbi" 

80 Vernon Street 
Ticket Seller 1, 2; Senior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Senior Play Committee; Student Council 
Dance 1, 3; F.T.A. 3; Orchestra 1. 
Soft-voiced and mild mannered ■ ■ ■ she and Ted 
are a faithful pair, and the rest of the world 
may go by- 









RACHEL FAMIGLIETTE "Ray" 

21 Austin Street 
Sophomore Party Committee 1; Senior Musicale 1, 
3; Varsity Choir 1, 2; Junior Prom Committee 2; 
Christmas Sale 3; Christmas Pageant 3; Assembly 
Committee; Business Club 1; Band 1. 
Characterized by her long wavy tresses - ■ ■ Ray has 
an out-going personality that has endeared her to 
many friends- 



ROBERT FEELEY "Jim" 

30 Pratt Street, Framingham 
Sophomore Christmas Assembly; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale- 

One of our daily commuters - - . he loves cars and 
is expert in their care and control- 



MARGARET ROBERTA FANNING "Margie" 

14 Mountain Avenue 
Softball Team 3; Ticket Seller 1; Sophomore Party 
Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom 
Committee; Senior Musicale; FB-LA- 1- 
Jolly and generous ... a rollicking sense of humor 
■ ■ ■ she fears no one- 



JANET FEENEY "Feeneylou" 

408 Prospect Street 
Softball Team 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; Sophomore 
Party Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Yearbook Circulation Committee; Student 
Council Delegate 3; F.T.A. 2, 3. 

Heal Olympic material, mainstay of the girls' ath- 
letics - ■ ■ as sincere and straightforward as her 
steadfast dark eyes- 



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MAUREEN BARBARA FEENEY "Fenway" 

845 Washington Street 
Softball Team 2; Ticket Seller 1, 2, 3: Sophomore 
Party Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Senior 
Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; FN. A. 3. 
A fun-girl from the word "go" and she sure goes 
■ ■ ■ always ready with the right retort ■ ■ • Leona's 
side-kick- 



SANDRA FERRIS "Sandi" 

33 George Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Christmas Assembly; 
Senior Musicale- 

Her interests range far and wide ■ ■ ■ town affairs 
are of more interest than school matters- 



JAMES FERRARA "Jimmy" 

594 Nahatan Street 
Track 2, 3; Cross Country 1, 2, 3 — captain; Soph- 
omore Christmas Assembly; Senior Musicale; Stu- 
dent Council Delegate 3. 

A popular track artist ■ ■ ■ good-looking, outspoken 
. . . mild-mannered but firm in action- 



MELVERN FILLMORE "Mel" 

20 Fieldbrook Drive 
Honor Roll 2, 3; Cross Country 2; Golf 2, 3; Chess 
Club- 

Rather reserved and very courteous ... a potential 
Ben Hogan ■ ■ ■ holds strong opinions- 



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DOLORES FINO "Delo" 

7 Grandfield Street, Dedham 
Press Club; Christmas Sale; Christmas Pageant; 
Senior Musicale. 

A newcomer to our school ■ ■ ■ she has quickly 
gained the friendship of her class mates - • ■ amiable 
and socially-minded- 



JOHN FLAHERTY "Jackie" 

179 Nichols Street 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Hockey 1, Manager 3; Junior 
Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Band 1, 2, 3. 

A fine student and musician with a keen interest 
in all sports ■ ■ ■ spends his summers touring the 
country- 



ELLEN FISHER 

44 Emerson Drive 
Ticket Seller 3; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior 
Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior 
Play; Student Council Dance 2; Senior Musicale. 
A petite brunette with an elfin appeal ■ ■ ■ her well- 
chosen wardrobe is the cynosure of all eyes- 



PATRICIA FLYNN "Pat" 

127 Codman Road 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Assembly 
Committee 3; Traffic Squad; Sophomore Party Com- 
mittee; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale; FT A. 2, 3- 
Athletic and astute ■ ■ ■ has a good word for 
everyone - - - she'll make a wonderful nurse- 



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DORIS FOLAN 

86 Winter Street 
Softball Team 3; Traffic Squad; Sophomore Party 
Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musi- 
cale; Yearbook Circulation Committee; Student 
Council Officer 3; Varsity Choir 3- 

Buoyant and carefree ... a quick-thinking girl 
■with lots of initiative ■ ■ ■ doll-like appearance- 



PAUL FOLAN 

40 Silver Street 
Baseball 1, 2, 3; Hockey 1, 2, 3; Cross Country 3; 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale- 

Handsome and smiling ... a strong physique ■ ■ ■ 
a fine defenseman on the hockey team and a hard- 
hitting infielder on the diamond- 



MARY LOUISE FOLAN "Mary Lou" 

16 Howard Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Senior Play. 

A real curly-top with a progressive outlook ■ ■ ■ 
sincerely sympathetic and well-adjusted- 



BRENDA FOLEY "B" 

16 Shattuck Road 
Softball Team 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Senior 
Prom Committee; Senior Musicale- 
A sprightly mite ■ ■ ■ impulsive and debonair ■ ■ ■ 
refuses no challenge- 





JOANNE FOLEY "Jo" 

213 Sunnyside Road 
Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Musicale; Var- 
sity Choir 1, 2, 3; Hi-Fis. 

Her melodious voice is a joy to the ear ■ ■ ■ real 
musical comedy material ■ ■ ■ foreign relations are 
of interest to her- 



GERARDO FRANGIOSA "Jerry" 

225 Winter Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale; Projection Club 1. 
Self-contained and calm of mien ■ ■ ■ retiring but 
reliable ■ ■ ■ disregards the hurly-burly around him- 



PAULINE FOURNIER "Polly" 

8 Third Street 
Softball Team 3; Basketball 2, 3; Sophomore Party 
Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Mu- 
sicale; Senior Play Committee; Yearbook Adver- 
tising Committee; F-NA. 2, 3; Varsity Choir 1, 2, 3. 
Statuesque blond Venus with roses in her cheeks 
and an imperturbable dignity- 



KATHLEEN GALLANT "Kathie" 

135 Juniper Drive 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale. 

Mild and soft-spoken ■ ■ ■ easily embarrassed and 
how she can blush ■ ■ ■ nice taste in clothes- 



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WILLIAM M. GIONDOMENICO "Bill" 

89 Allen Street 
Cross Country 1, 2; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale. 
Mischievous and always an the go ■ ■ ■ a skilled 
mechanic with a casual outlook on life- 



RONALD GOMES 

10 Park Street 
Sophomore Christmas Assemhly; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale- 

A hefty, husky youth ■ ■ ■ even, unhurried disposi- 
tion ■ ■ ■ Titian beauties attract him- 



PHILIP GOLDMAN 

112 Walpole Street 
Honor Roll 3; Traffic Squad; Photography Club 1; 
Senior Musicale. 

A ■well-mannered, cooperative person ■ ■ ■ Phil takes 
great pride in his school work ■ ■ ■ has a nice smile- 



ROBERT GOONAN 

176 Hill Street 
Baseball 1, 2; Senior Musicale- 
Persistent and industrious when 
to him ■ ■ ■ quick-tempered ■ ■ ■ 



'Bob" 



something appeals 
enjoys all sports- 






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MAURA GRANEY 

8 Rock Court 
Softball Team 2, 3; Basketball 2; Assembly Com- 
mittee 2, 3; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior 
Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Yearbook Circulation Committee; Varsity 
Choir 3; Cheerleader 3- 

Merry Maura's beautiful face is generally graced 
with a lovely and sincere smile ■ • ■ fun-loving and 
bubbling with school spirit- 



KAREN EILEEN GREW "Iodine" 

36 Codman Road 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Christmas Sale; Hi-Los; Senior Musicale; 
Christmas Pageant; Press Club; Library Service 
Club; F-B-L-A-; Student Council Dance- 
Her joyous smile seems to win her many friends 
wherever she goes, an interested and cooperative 
school spirit- 



PETER GRENON "Catch" 

92 Gay Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Prom Committee; Student Council 
Delegate 1, 2- 

Takes everything in stride ■ ■ ■ this calm and 
composed lad has a flair for hockey- 



EDWIN GRILLEY "Ed" 

67 Cypress Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale- 

Self-contained but possessing an unusual sense of 
humor ■ ■ ■ lackadaisical and slow of movement- 



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MARIE T. GUGLIOTTA "FiFi" 

9 Manchester Road 
Honor Roll 2, 3; Softball Team 1, 2; Basketball 
I, 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom 
Committee; Senior Musicale; Senior Play; Yearbook 
Circulation Committee; F.N.A. 2, 3; Band 3; Var- 
sity Choir 1, 2, 3. 

Possesses a sweet smile and an infectious giyyle 
■ ■ ■ flirtatious and completely feminine- 



CARL HANSON "Carlos" 

217 Union Street 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Track 2, 3; Cross Country 3; 
Traffic Squad; Senior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Senior Play; Yearbook Advertising Com- 
mittee; Student Council Delegate 3; Varsity Choir. 
A friendly, well-mannered lad ■ ■ - always helpful 
and dependable ■ ■ ■ fits in well with the crowd- 



JOYCE HAMILTON 

8 Cottage Street, Medfield 
Press Club; Student Co-operative Representative 
2, 3, -1; Open House; Parents' Night; Step Party; 
Christmas Sale 2, 3, 4; Christmas Play; Senior 
Musicale. 

Neat in appearance and easy to approach ■ ■ ■ Joyce's 
smile holds a hint of mischief- 



BARBARA HARRIS "Timmey" 

71 Walnut Avenue 
Softball Team 1, 2, 3; Basketball Team 1; Senior 
Prom Committee; Senior Musicale. 
Easy-going and carefree, but determined to suc- 
ceed ... a walking index of classroom capers- 








BRIAN HEBNER "Bundy" 

510 Nahatan Street 
Baseball 1, 2, 3; Assembly Committee 1; Sophomore 
Christmas Assembly; Sophomore Party Committee. 
,/ talented inficlder and great asset to the base- 
ball team ■ ■ ■ a prankster without a care in the 
world- 



JOSEPH HEYLIN 

38 Irving Street 
Football 1; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 
omore Christmas Assembly; Senior 
FB.LA. 3. 

The great American sport, baseball, is his first 
love ■ ■ ■ even-disposition and amiable attitude- 



"Hop" 

; Soph- 
Musicalc; 



CAROL HERTLE "Tiny" 

118 Rock Street 
Ticket Seller; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior 
Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Christmas Sale; 
Christmas Pageant; Class Day '()(); Student Coun- 
cil Dance- 

A dependable worker and friend ■ ■ ■ Carol has a 
wide acquaintance and interests that are broad and 
varied- 



CAROLE HIGOINS 

b'(i Fisher Street 
Honor Roll 2; Softball Team 2; F.I5L.A. 2. 
Optimistic and artistic ■ ■ ■ busy as the proverbial 
bee ... the persevering kind who never gives up- 



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JAMES HILLIARD "Hershey" 

16 Stratford Road 
Football 1; Baseball 1, 2, 3,; Election Commission 
1, 2, Chairman 3; Sophomore Christmas Assembly; 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Student 
Council Dance 1, 2, 3; Student Council Delegate 1, 2, 
Chairman Executive Board 3; Varsity Choir 1, 2, 3. 
Interested in sports, a gay and dashing cavalier ■ - 
prominent in school activities- 



MARY ELLEN HOUGHTON "Mare" 

392 Washington Street 
Sophomore Christmas Assembly; Sophomore Party 
Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musi- 
cale; F.N A.. I; Varsity Choir 1, 2, 3; Hi-Los. 
Dark hair, green eyes and an amused expression 
characterize this very pleasant girl- 



HENRY JAMES HONETH "Jimmy" 

156 Vernon Street 
Tennis 1, 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom 
Committee; Senior Musicale; Senior Play; Yearbook 
Advertising Committee; Student Council Delegate 
3; Chess Club; Varsity Choir 3; Hi-Fis. 
Typically Nordic in appearance, a thinking man 
through and through ■ ■ ■ sense of humor balances 
liis serious side- 



JACQUELINE HOWARD "Jackie" 

45 Press Avenue 
Honor Roll 3; Softball Team 1, 2, 3; Sophomore 
Christmas Assembly; Senior Musicale; Band 1, 2, 
3; Orchestra 3; Varsity Choir 1, 2, 3; Hi-Los- 
A many-faceted, gifted musician, her talents give 
joy to all ■ ■ ■ has a colorful personality- 




JANICE M. HOWARD "Jan" 

200 Nichols Street 
Honor Roll 3; Softball Team 1, 2, 3; Sophomore 
Party Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Senior Play Usherette; Yearbook Typing 
Committee; Varsity Choir 1, 2, 3; Hi-Los 1, 2, 3. 
Poised and pretty ■ • • presents a smooth appearance 
■ ■ -a facile speaker- 



JAMES EDWARD JESSICK "Monk" 

19 Dean Street 
Football 1, 2, 3; Hockey 1, 2, 3; Track 2, 3; Senior 
Musicale; Varsity Choir 3; Hi-Fis- 
A marvel of strength and endurance, Monk's ath- 
letic interests keep him busy the year round- 



ROBERTA JENSEN "Burba" 

45 Codman Road 
Softball Team 2, 3; Basketball 1; Sophomore Christ- 
mas Assembly; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior 
Prom Committee; Senior Musicale. 
A spirited girl with a boisterous voice ■ ■ ■ has strong 
opinions and an independent manner. 



CAROL JEWELL 

238 Railroad Avenue 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Traffic Squad; Junior Prom 
Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musi- 
cale; Chess Club, Photography Club 2, 3. 
A talented seamstress, her enviable wardrobe is 
beautiful and original ■ ■ ■ mathematics and art are 
her forte- 



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DALE SIGRID JOHNSON "D.J." 

125 Berwick Place 
Honor Roll 1; Ticket Seller 1; Traffic Squad; Junior 
Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Sponsorship Committee; F-N-A. 3; Var- 
sity Choir 1, 2, 3; Cheerleader 2, capt. 3; Class Day 
Committee '60- 

./ natural ability for saying the right thing at the 
right time ■ • - our smiling and personable head 
cheerleader- 



PAUL JOHNSON "Grapefruit" 

49 Prospect Avenue 
Hockey 1, 2, 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3; Election Commission 
3; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Year- 
book Circulation Committee; Student Council Dance 
2, 3; Student Council Delegate 2, 3; F.T-A. 2, 3. 
A dazzler on blades, steady and even-tempered ■ ■ ■ 
has a happy-go-lucky air- 



JOSEPH W. JOHNSON, III "Jeff" 

9 Irving' Street 
Baseball 1, 2, 3; Senior Musicale; Yearbook Adver- 
tising Committee. 

Conscientious and reliable - ■ ■ an outstanding pitcher 
on the baseball team and an avid sports fan- 



THOMAS KADY "Tom" 

3 Nahatan Street 
Football 1, 2; Sophomore Party Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Band 1, 2, 3; Varsity Choir 3; Hi-Fis- 

Makes his presence known with or without that 
trumpet • ■ ■ slow and amiable of manner- 




ULDIS KAKTINS "Uldi" 

530 Nahatan Street 
Honor Roll 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3; Traffic Squad; Senior 
Musicale; Chess Club; Projection Club 3; Science 
Club. 

A skillful fencer and proficient dancer ■ • • re- 
nowned for his accomplishments in track and prow- 
ess in schoolwork- 



FRANK JOEL KAUFFMAN 

20 Bonney Lane 
Tennis 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom 
Committee; Senior Musicale; Senior Play; Yearbook 
Advertising Committee; Chess Club; Varsity Choir 
3; Hi-Fis. 

Shrewd and observant ■ ■ ■ has good business sense 
and definite opinions on foreign affairs- 



JEANNE MARIE KARSHIS "Jen-na-boo" 

34 Rockhill Street 
Honor Roll 1; Softball Team 3; Assembly Com- 
mittee 2, 3; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musi- 
cale; Senior Play Committee; Yearbook Advertis- 
ing Committee; Student Council Delegate 1, 3; 
F.T.A. 2, 3; Band 2, 3; Skin and Scuba Club 2. 
nf&rwood's contribution to the athletic world ■ ■ ■ 
an active lass with a forthright laugh and amiable 
disposition- 



ANN KAVOLIUS "Regie" 

15 Silver Street 
Christmas Sale; Christmas Pageant; Student Council 
Dance; Junior Prom Committe; Sophomore Party 
Committee; Senior Musicale- 

An ambitious and conscientious member of our class 
. . ■ her trademark, those golden locks- 



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JOAN KEEFE "Joni" 

142 Pleasant Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; 
FBLA. 3. 

A subtly ironic way of expressing herself . - ■ demure 
and attractive in her quiet little way- 



DAVID KELLEY "Couks" 

96 Winter Street 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; National Honor Society 3; 
Football Program Committee 2, 3; Traffic Squad; 
Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Yearbook 
Circulation Committee; Varsity Choir 2, 3; Hi-Fis; 
Hilltopper Staff 2, 3. 

A man of many interests ■ ■ ■ always well-groomed 
. ■ ■ alert, industrious, and tenacious. 



VINCENT KELLEHER "Buddy" 

18 Richland Road 
Traffic Squad; Sophomore Party Committee; Senior 
Prom Committee; Senior Musicale- 
Obliging and good-humored ... a reed solid citizen 
who expresses himself well- 



JEAN KELLEY 

84 Codman Road 
Honor Roll 2; Senior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Senior Play; F-B-L.A. 3. 
llig ((s a minute, buoyant as a bubble, full of 
enthusiasm and animation- 




ERIC C KONSTAITIS 

18 Garfield Avenue 
Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, !i, 3; Cross Country 
]; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Student Council Dance 1; F-BLA. 1; Varsity 
Choir 1, 2, 3. 

./ sharp-eyed basketeer with a keen eye for cars 
■ ■ ■ always near good times- 



RICHARD LACANA "Ace" 

17 Ash Road 
Honor Roll 1; Track 3; Junior Prom Committee; 
Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale. 
Possesses a repertoire of "crazee" jokes - - . impish 
but courteous . . . a sudden, flashing smile- 



HILDEBRAND RUMMER "Brad" 

103 Elliott Street 
Track 3; Traffic Squad; Senior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale; Yearbook Circulation Committee; 
Student Council Dance 3; Student Council Delegate 
3; Band 3. 

Our -wonderful foreign importation ■ ■ ■ lull mid 
stalwart and how Hie girls fill for him! 



JOHN W. LANE "Limey" 

5b' Davis Avenue 
Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Sophomore Party 
Committee; Junior Prom Committee, Senior Prom 
Committee; Senior Musicale. 

Friendly and loquacious ■ ■ ■ Hie solid anchor man 
of the line as 'well as a spirited participant in class- 
room capers- 



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EDITH AXN LINDBLOM "Edie" 

115 Berwick Place 
Ticket Seller 2; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior 
Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Yearbook Art Co-Editor; Student Council 
Delegate 1; Varsity Choir 2, 3; Hi-Los- 
A photogenic blonde with decided interests in the 
artistic field ■ ■ ■ a joie de vivre is apparent in her 
romantic nature- 



CHRISTINE LOVELY "Hick" 

Warren Street, Plainville 
White Elephant Sale 2; Get-acquainted Tea 3; Par- 
ents' Night 2; Christmas Sale 3; Step Party 2; Senior 
Musicale- 

Quiet, or so it seems, but her beautiful blue eyes 
and enchanting smile speak for her- 



GINTAUTAS LIUTKEVICIUS "Ginty" 

308 Lenox Street 
Honor Roll 1, 2; Track 1, 2, 3; Cross Country 1; 
Traffic Squad; Senior Musicale; Chess Club; Photog- 
raphy Club 1, 2, 3; Science Club- 

A serious-minded scholar whose frank opinions and 
ideas startle many of his fellow classmates. 



HILDA LUNDBERG "Hildy" 

299 Colburn Street, Dedham 
Student Co-op 3, President; Christmas Sale 2, 3; 
White Elephant Sale 3; Senior Musicale. 
A tall statuesque blonde with steadfast brown eyes 
■ ■ - charming and very attractive- 




RODERICK GORDON MacINTYRE "Rod" 

25 Cypress Street 
Track 1, 2, 3; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior 
Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Student Council Delegate 1- 
Carefree and easygoing ■ - - keeps his eye on many 
social activities. 



CAROL Mac NEIL "Stitch" 

42 Windsor Road 
Honor Roll 1, 2; Ticket Seller 1, 2, 3; Traffic Squad; 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale. 
Pretty but reserved ■ ■ . very industrious xeith a 
shy but very engaging smile. 



RICHARD MACKIE "Mort" 

9 Savin Avenue 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Track 3; Assembly Committee 
3; Traffic Squad; Senior Musicale; Senior Play Com- 
mittee; Chess Club; Science Club- 
A determined, hard-working student ■ ■ ■ "Mort" is 
a moderate-tempered lad whose future lies in meteor- 
ology. 



ELAINE MacRAE "Irish" 

53 Allen Road 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Year- 
book Typing Committee; Varsity Choir 1, 2- 
A tall redhead with good style sense ■ ■ ■ co-operative 
and hard-working. 



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NANCY JANET MAHAR "The Marr" 

39 Irving Street 
Softball Team 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Junior 
Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Senior Play Committee; Yearbook Adver- 
tising Committee; Student Council Dance 1; FT A. 
], 2, 3; Basketball Playday 1, 2, 3. 
Peppy and athletic ■ ■ ■ uninhibited and impetuous 
■ ■ ■ gay as a lark- 



JUDITH CHARLENE MALOOF "Judy" 

118 Hill Street 
Softball Team 2, 3; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale; F.N. A. 1, 2, 3. 

Shining black hair and sparkling dark eyes • • • 
steadfast, reserved, and self-sufficient- 



SKIRMANTE MAKAITIS "Scooter" 

331 Sumner Street 
National Merit Scholarship; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; 
National Honor Society 2, 3; Football Program 
Committee 1, 2, 3; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Senior Prom Committee; Senior Play; Yearbook 
Co-Editor-in-Chief; Var. Choir 2, 3; Hilltopper 1, 2. 
Our most talented girl ■ ■ ■ intellectual but fun- 
loving ■ ■ ■ a fine combination of brains and personality- 



SUZANNE PAULA MALOOF "Sue" 

1271 Washington Street 
Parents' Night 1; Get-acquainted Tea 2; White Ele- 
Peabody Prom 2; Step Party 2; 
2. 



phant Sale 2; 
Christmas Sale 
Good natured 
of fun- 



wholesome personality and lots 




THOMAS MANLEY "Tom" 

154 Richland Road 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale. 
Man in a hurry ■ ■ ■ always plans his time well 
. . . a friendly easy manner. 



JOSEPH MARTIN "Jose" 

903 Washington Street 
Football 1, 3, Manager; Track 1, 3; Sophomore 
Partv Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale; FBLA- 2; Photography Club 3- 
A conscientious sports' manager ■ ■ ■ has a great 
interest in sports and in flying- 



MICHAEL MARKS "Mike" 

131 Vernon Street 
Football 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Soph- 
omore Party Committee; Senior Musicale. 
A clever and gifted end on the football field ■ ■ ■ 
the rugged outdoors type who enjoys hunting and 
fishing- 



ANTHONY MASSE "Tony" 

49 Cameron Road 
Track 3; Sophomore Christmas Assembly; Soph- 
omore Party Committee; Senior Musicale- 
Somewhat shy but very considerate ■ ■ ■ has the 
stamina and speed of a good runner - ■ ■ interested 
in things scientific- 



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LINDA MASTANDREA "Lynn" 

18 Parker Staples Road, Dedham 
White Elephant Sale 2; Mistress of Ceremonies — 
Step Party 1; Peabody Prom 2; Class Secretary 1; 
Press Club 1; Student Council; Student Council 
Convention Delegate 1; Senior Musicale; Get- 
acquainted Tea 2. 

"Calm, cool, and collected" ... a serious-minded 
student with a genial sense of humor- 



RALPH McDARGH "Mick" 

225 Neponset Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; 
F.T.A. 1. 

Against the status quo ■ ■ ■ the scholastic life is 
not for him ■ ■ ■ a daring nature- 



NANCY ELAINE McCARTHY "Nan" 

39 Washington Street, Canton 
Open House 1; Get-acquainted Tea 2; Christmas 
Sale 2; Step Party 2; White Elephant Sale 1; Pea- 
body Prom 2; Parents' Night 1; Senior Musicale. 
Quiet on the surface • ■ ■ acute sense of humor 
. ■ ■ never a dull moment with Nan- 



patricia McDonnell "Pat" 

Hi Walnut Place, Dedham 
Open Mouse 1; Get-acquainted Tea 2; Christmas 
Sale 2; White Elephant Sale 1; Peabody Prom 2; 
Senior Musicale 1; Press Club 1. 

A pint-sized barrel of laughs . ■ - studious with 
an unassuming manner and saucy blue eyes- 




john Mcdonough "Mick" 

40 Lydon Street 
Track 1, 2, 3; Senior Musicale. 

A fleet-footed trackman and a hockey enthusiast 
■ - ■ has great latent possibilities- 



DAVID McMORROW "Boo-Boo" 

32 High Street 
Track 2, 3; Sophomore Party Committee; Senior 
Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; FB-L-A. 1,2,3. 
E- P-'s rival on the guitar ■ ■ ■ gregarious and fun- 
loving ■ ■ ■ an efficient businessman- 



WILLIAM McGOVERN "Billy" 

544 Nichols Street 
Honor Roll 3; Football 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3; 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale; Varsity Choir 2, 3; Hi-Fis; 
Graduation Usher — '59; Class Day Committee — '60. 
A red-headed, easy-smiling Irishman - - • has a 
quiet sense of humor and is an energetic and 
accomplished pole vaulter- 



FRANCES McQUAID "Frannie" 

31 High Street 
Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Senior 
Play Committee; Varsity Choir 3; Hi-Los- 

./ self-confident unruffled, gal ■ ■ ■ reliable and 
active in affairs in and out of school- 



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JOHN MERRILL "Swish" 

146 Dean Street 
Tennis 3; Senior Musical; Senior Play Committee; 
Yearbook Advertising Committee; Chess Club; Sci- 
ence Club; Publiicty Committee; Science Fair- 
Enterprising and industrious ■ ■ ■ his devotion to 
duty and upright character will always inspire 
admiration- 



SUSAN ELIZABETH MILLER "Sue" 

508 Pleasant Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale; Varsity Choir 2; Hi-Los- 
A tall composed girl with a stately walk ■ ■ ■ has 
a calm demeanor in all circumstances- 



FRANK MICHIENZIE "Che-Che" 

14- Jacobsen Drive 
Football 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Track 3; Sophomore 
Party Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Senior 
Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Student Council 
Dance 1- 

A massive figure with an out-going personality and 
carefree attitude - ■ . no one passes him on the 
road- 



CAROL JEAN MOHAMET "Abdul" 

30 Oolah Avenue 
Open House 1; Get-acquainted Tea 2; Christmas 
Sale 2; Step Party 2; White Elephant Sale 1; Pea- 
body Prom 1; Parents' Night 1; Senior Musicale. 
Carefree and nonchalant • • ■ loves to tease ■ • • 
always wears a mischievous smile- 




JUDITH MOHAN "Judy" 

88 Clapboardtree Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Ticket Seller; Senior Musicale; Christmas 
Sale; Christmas Pageant; Student Council Dance- 
The liig city of Boston is the center of Judy's world 
■ - - if she's "technical" , it must be because it's 
contagious- 



DANIEL F- MULLANE "Danny" 

135 Rock Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Band 1; Varsity Choir 
2; Hi-Fis- 

Virile and offhand ... a ■mechanic at heart who 
is not overly interested in scholastic achievement- 



PAUL JAMES MONBOUQUETTE 

"Red Mombo" 
150 Gay Street 
Senior Musicale; F-B-L-A- 3; Varsity Choir 3- 
./ carrot-topped, freckle-faced lad ■ ■ ■ his mischiev- 
ous doings and classroom antics h<tve put many a 
tlass into an uproar- 



MICHAEL MULLANE "Mike" 

135 Rock Street 
Track 3; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom 
Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musi- 
cale; Student Council Dance I, 2, 3; F-B-L-A. 3; 
Varsity Choir 3; Hi-Fis. 

]<'avors the Italian-type cuisine • ' • - loves water- 
skiing and all outdoor activities - . . presents a nice 
appearance- 



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WALTER NALLY "Wally" 

26 Kathleen Lane 
Football 1; Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Hockey 2, 3; 
Cross Country 1, 2; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Yearbook 
Advertising Committee- 

Small but powerful • ■ ■ an active, capable hockey 
center ■ • ■ a dynamo of energy- 



BONNIE ELIZABETH NEII.SEN 

173 Mylod Street 
Parents' Night 2; Christmas Sale 2; Student Co- 
operative 2; Press Club 2; Christmas Pageant 1. 
Sweet and ladylike ■ - ■ her yoldcn locks brighten 
many a happy group ■ ■ ■ popular Bonnie has a 
word of cheer and a smile for everyone- 



EILEEN NAUGHTON "Len" 

21 North Avenue 
Traffic Squad; Sophomore Party Committee; Senior 
Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Senior Play 
Committee; Varsity Choir 3; Hi-Los- 
An impressionable light-hearted type ■ ■ ■ if school 
didn't exist, she wouldn't mind a bit- 



PRISCILLA NETTLE "Pris" 

2 Second Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Christmas Sale; Senior Musicale; Class Day; 
Christmas Pageant; Student Council Dance; Press 
Club- 

Always affable ■ ■ ■ impeccable taste in clothes and 
a wardrobe that is the envy of all- 




LAWRENCE MORGAN NEWMAN "Larry" 

57 Elliot Street 
Football 2, 3; Baseball 1 ,2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; 
Assembly Committee 1; Junior Prom Committee; 
Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Student 
Council Delegate 1; Varsity Choir 1, 2, 3; Foreign 
Exchange Committee 1, 2, 3 

A handsome blond-haired lad who receives many 
glances from the opposite gender ... a fine all- 
around athlete- 



ANNE MARIE OBERLANDER "Obie" 

204 Richland Road 
Softball Team 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Soph- 
omore Party Committee; Junior Prom Committee; 
.Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Senior 
Play Committee; Student Council Dance 1; F.B-L-A- 
3; Basketball Playday 1, 2, 3- 

Large, lovely eyes ■ ■ ■ one of our best basketball 
players - - . personable and agreeable- 



DAVID MICHAEL NUGENT "Nuge" 

4- Parkway 
Football 1, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; 
Class Officer 2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Yearbook Circulation Committee; Student 
Council Dance 1, 2; Student Council Delegate 1, 2; 
Varsity Choir 2, 3- 

A dark-haired, good-looking lad ■ ■ ■ has a keen 
sense of humor and the ability to make many friends. 



DAVID J- O'BRIEN "Obie" 

76 Hill Street 
Golf 2, 3; Sophomore Christmas Assembly; Senior 
Prom Committee; Senior Musicale. 
An impassive countenance conceals a puckish sense 
of humor . . . the fairways intrigue him- 



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JOHN STEPHEN O'DONNELL "John-O" 

63 Phillips Avenue 
Honor Roll 1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3, Captain 3; Track 
1, 2, 3; Class Officer 3; Traffic Squad; Senior Prom 
Committee; Yearbook Co-Editor-in-Chief; Student 
Council Delegate 2. 
Sterling and steadfast of character ■ ■ ■ fast depend- 
able football end ■ ■ ■ an excellent well-liked student- 

DONNA OLSON "Bomber" 

107 Spruce Road 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Softball Team 1, 2, 3; Basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3; Tennis 1; Junior Prom Committee; 
Senior Play; Yearbook Advertising Committee; Stu- 
dent Council Delegate 3; FT A. 1, 2, 3; Senior 
Prom Committee; Senior Musicale. 
A sense of humor unmatched by any ■ ■ ■ an able 
and persevering student ■ ■ ■ the "They're gone, so 
now we can start" type- 



JOYCE A. OSTROM 

104 Hillside Avenue 
Honor Roll 1; Junior Prom Committee; Senior 
Prom Committee; Senior Musicale- 
A merry little maiden, cute and appealing - - . a 
winsome smile and friendly manner- 



PRISCILLA OSTROM "Prill" 

468 Walpole Street 
Junior Prom Committee; Christmas Sale; Christmas 
Pageant; Student Council Dance; Band; Senior 
Musicale- 

A philosophic and understanding nature ■ ■ ■ main- 
tains an even-tempered attitude, even under provo- 
cation- 




EDWARD A- PADUCK "Buddy" 

268 Lenox Street 
Hockey 1, 2, 3; Senior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Student Council Dance 3; Student Council 
Delegate 3; F-B-L-A. 2, 3; Varsity Choir 3; Hi-Fis- 
Personable pizza salesman par excellence ■ ■ ■ loves 
the girls and vice versa- 



JOHN PARKER 

157 Lane Drive 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom; Senior 
Prom Committee; Senior Musicale. 
Pleasant, with a madcap sense of humor ■ ■ ■ lias 
a strong interest in hot rods- 



GRANT PALMER "Leroy" 

22 St. George Avenue 
Hockey 3; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale- 
./ rugged, regular guy ■ - - lends a willing hand 
in. class activities ■ ■ ■ spontaneous and enthusiastic- 



NORMAN PARKER "Popeye" 

9 Norwood Street, Sharon 
Cross Country 1, 2, 3; Sophomore Christmas As- 
sembly; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom 
Committee; Senior Musicale: Student Council Dele- 
gate 3. 

A speedy and persevering harrier ■ ■ ■ enjoys tinker- 
ing with cars, especially his pet Chevy- 



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ALFRED ANTHONY PASQUALE "Fizz" 

84 Westview Drive 
Football 1, 2, 3; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale; FBLA. 3- 

Jovial and very sociable ■ ■ ■ puts his considerable 
size to good use on the gridiron. 



CECIL PATNODE "Ces" 

72 Chapel Street 
Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Student 
Council Dance 3; Student Council Delegate 3. 
A sincere student and a good-natured fellow - - ■ 
this welcome addition to our school can succeed in 
anything he attempts- 



NANCY PELLETIER "Nance" 

38 Cottage Street 
Softball Team 2, 3; Sophomore Christmas Assembly; 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Yearbook Circulation Committee; Varsity Choir 1, 
2, 3; Hi-Los; Cheerleader 3. 

Pert and bright-eyed ■ ■ ■ active and restless ■ ■ . 
this out-going, generous girl will go far- 

SUZANNE PAULINE PELLETIER "Frenchie" 

24 Howard Street 
Student Co-operative Representative 1; Student Co- 
operative Treasurer 2; Press Club 1; Step Party 
2; Open House 2; White Elephant Sale 2; Parents' 
Night 2; Get-acquainted Tea 3; Christmas Sale 3; 
Peabody Prom 3. 

A conscientious student, extremely capable ■ ■ . 
possesses a laconic wit and a natural beauty- 








CANDACE PERCHWAY "Candy" 

539 Walpole Street 
Sophomore Christmas Assembly; Senior Musicale; 
Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Varsity Choir 
1, 2, 3: Hi-Los- 

Musically talented - - - loquacious and amicable - - - 
her assembly narration of "Goldilocks" xoill long be 
remembered- 



RICHARD PETERS "Rebel" 

82 Sixth Street 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale- 

Hearty sense of humor ■ ■ ■ "souped up" engines 
interest him more than school or the girls- 



MALCOLM J. PERNA 

55 Ellis Avenue 
Cross Country 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3; Sophomore Christ- 
mas Assembly; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior 
Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior 
Play; FT A. 1, 2, 3; Chess Club; Varsity Choir 
1, 2, 3; Hi-Fis- 

Loquacious and well-mannered ■ ■ . Mai takes pride 
in all his doings . . . never misses a social function- 



DIANE LORRAINE PIERCE "Dee" 

300 Lenox Street 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale; F.RL-A. 3. 

lias many definite opinions but a rather retiring 
member of our class - - . her interests lie in a 
n eigh boring town • 



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JOSEPHINE ANNE PIONA "Joanne" 

319 Washington Street, Canton 
Get-acquainted Tea 2; Open House 1; Step Party 
2; Christmas Sale 2; White Elephant Sale 1; Senior 
Musicale; Peabody Prom 1- 

Tall, gracious and well-mannered, school is not to 
her liking ■ ■ - enchanting brown eyes and a mis- 
chievoiis smile- 



FREDERIC PORFERT "Fred" 

18 Columbine Road 
Track 3; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; 
F.T.A. 3; Photography Club 2; Projection Club 1- 
Imperturbable and of -hand ■ ■ ■ a scientific turn of 
mind ■ ■ ■ always in command of himself- 



PAULINE PORAZZO "Poppy" 

101 Monroe Street 
Softball Team 2, 3; Tennis 3; Ticket Seller 2, 3; 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale; Senior Play Committee; Student 
Council Dance 2, 3; F-B-LA- 1, 2, 3; Varsity Choir 3. 
The steady, dependable type ■ ■ ■ a faithful friend 
and ready volunteer for extra duties- 



CARLETON PRUELL "Carl" 

10 North Avenue 
Baseball 1, 2, 3; Hockey 1; Assembly Committee 
3; Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale; F-B-LA- 3. 
Solidly built, co-operative and polite ■ ■ ■ an ace 
mounds-man on the diamond squad. 







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CLAIRE H. PUCHALSKI 

98 Mylod Street 
Honor Roll 2, 3; Traffic Squad; Sophomore Party 
Committee; Senior Musicale; Yearbook Typing Com- 
mittee; Softball Team 2; Basketball Team 1, 2, 3; 
F-B-LA- 3. 

Slim but steel-strong, this athletic and versatile 
blonde is a well-liked member of our class- 



WILLIAM PYE "Bill" 

11 Hoyle Street 
Honor Roll 3; Football 3; Golf 3; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale; Yearbook Art Co-Editor; 
Varsity Choir 1, 2; Hi-Fis- 

Level-headed and dependable ■ ■ ■ imagination will 
take him far in the field of art- 



MARY PUOPOLO "Mimi" 

23 West Street 
Sophomore Christmas Assembly; Honor Roll 2, 3; 
Senior Musicale; Senior Play; F-B-LA- 2, 3- 
A very cute teen-age type with a flair for dramatics 
■ . . an attractive smile and out-going temperament- 



CARLENE RACE 

431 Prospect Street 
Honor Roll 1; Softball Team 2; Football Program 
3; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale; Senior Play; Yearbook Circulation 
Committee; Hilltopper Staff 3. 

Dainty and demure ■ ■ ■ a much-traveled miss ■ ■ ■ 
quietly capable and self-reliant- 



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SYLVIA RADEI "Syl" 

11 Heaton Avenue 
Honor Roll 1; Traffic Squad; Sophomore Party 
Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musi- 
cale; Varsity Choir 3; Hi-Los- 

Proudly tall and attractively trim ■ ■ ■ a competent 
businesswoman,' 



TIMOTHY RESTALL "Tim" 

25 Berwick Place 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale- 
A crew cut, carefree lad ■ ■ . is often seen in his 
"Jfl" Plymouth or with a certain senior miss- 



PETER REEVES 

4 Park Street 
Sophomore Christmas Assembly; 
Varsity Choir 1, 2, 3; Hi-Fis- 
A little guy with big ideas ■ ■ 
operative and musically adept- 



"Pete" JEANNE RIOUX 

83 Reservation Road, Milton 
Senior Musicale; Christmas Sale 2; Christmas Party 2; Senior Mu- 

sicale; Peabody Prom 2; Peabody Press Club 1; 
. is always co- Christmas Pageant 1. 

Languid and easy-going, but a capable and talented 
artist and dressmaker- 




MARY RODERICK "Toni" 

45 Oxford Road 
Sophomore Christmas Assembly; Sophomore Party 
Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom 
Committee; Senior Musicale; Senior Play; Student 
Council Delegate 1; Varsity Choir 1, 2, 3; Hi-Los- 
An hilarious nature ■ ■ • a witty conversationalist 
■ ■ ■ who ever saw such a plumber! 



JOAN FRANCES ROGERS "Joanie" 

CO Varwood Circle 
Tennis 3; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom 
Committee; Senior Musicale; F-B-L-A. 2, 3; Varsity 
Choir 3; Hi-Los- 

A now-you-see-her, now-you-don't member of our 
class - ■ ■ Roslindale holds greater charm ■ . . stead- 
fast and reliable- 



DAVID RODMAN "Dave" 

67 Woodland Road 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Senior 
Play Committee; Band 3; Orchestra 3; Varsity 
Choir 1; Hi-Fis; Science Club- 

Pint-sized and self-contained ■ ■ ■ Dave is a tal- 
ented drummer in our band- 



PAULETTE ROGERS 

24 Austin Street 
Traffic Squad; Sophomore Christmas Assembly; 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; 
F.B-L-A. 1, 2, President 3- 

Her angelic face and beautiful shining hair are the 
envy of all the girls ■ ■ ■ always poised and well- 
mannered- 



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JANET ROSATA "Rosie" 

17 Bellevue Avenue 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Assembly Committee 2, 3; 
Traffic Squad; Junior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Senior Play; Yearbook Advertising Com- 
mittee; Student Council Delegate 1, 2; Hilltopper 
Staff 3; National Honor Society 3. 
A pint-sized bundle of fun with an innocent expres- 
sion that belies her numerous contrivances ■ ■ ■ pos- 
sesses superior intelligence, too- 



CYNTHIA JEAN ROWLAND "Cindy" 

85 Bird Road 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Softball Team 1; Traffic Squad; 
Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale- 

A little lass with biff ability ■ ■ ■ very reserved 
and non-committal ■ ■ ■ sees all but says little- 



KENNETH ROWE "Kenny" 

392 Washington Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale- 

Sleepy-eyed and nonchalant ■ ■ ■ Kenny confines 
his interests to cars and his "heart throb-" 



SHEILA RUSCITTI "Sam" 

80 Cross Street 
Tennis 3; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom 
Committee; Senior Musicale; Senior Play; Student 
Council Dance 1, 2, 3; F-B-L-A- 1; Chess Club; 
Varsity Choir 1, 2, 3; Hi-Los. 

A chess enthusiast ■ ■ ■ she had a lucky role in 
the play ■ ■ ■ conscientious and candid- 







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ROBERT SALIE "Bob" 

23 Orchard Lane 
Honor Roll I, 2, 3; National Honor Society 2, 3; 
Football 1; Baseball 1, 2; Election Commission 3; 
Senior Musicale; Senior Play; Yearbook Advertis- 
ing Committee; Student Council Delegate 2, 3; Chess 
Club; Varsity Choir 3 

An aijyressive and conscientious student ■ ■ ■ fine sense 
of humor and pleasant personality make him popular. 



WAYNE SANTORO 

43 Pleasant Street 
Open House 1; Christmas Sale 3; Peabody Press 
Club 1; Get-acquainted Tea 2; Christmas Pageant 
1; Senior Musicale; Peabody Prom 2- 
Fun-loving, possesses a devil-may-care attitude, but 
lias his serious moments- 



LEONA SANSONE "Sansy" 

878 Washington Street 
Tennis 1; Sophomore Christmas Assembly; Junior 
Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Varsity Choir 
1, 2, 3; Hi-Los- 

Original and sweet ■ ■ ■ has a coquettish way of 
hatting those long eyelashes ■ ■ ■ always tastefully 
attired- 



DANIEL SARNO "Dan" 

15 Azalea Drive 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; National Honor Society 2, 3; 
Tennis 1, 2, 3; Election Commission 1, 2, 3; Senior 
Play; Yearbook Advertising Committee; Student 
Council Dance 1, 2, 3; Student Council 1, 2, Presi- 
dent 3; Chess Club; Varsity Choir 3- 
Popular and good-looking, our intelligent Student 
Council president will be a great success as a diplomat- 



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JUDITH SCHULTZ "Schultzie" 

77 Neponset Street 
Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; F-NA- 
3; Library Service Club 3 

Effervescent and mercurial ■ ■ • interested in all 
that goes on ■ ■ ■ loves change and travel- 



GEORGE SHACKLEY "Stanton" 

55 Railroad Avenue 
Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale- 

A great sports lover, interested in all games ■ ■ . 
given to classroom antics ■ ■ ■ loves excitement- 



MADELINE SCHWENDENMAN "Midge" 

School Street, Medway 
Open House 1; Parents' Night 1; White Elephant 
Sale 1; Christmas Sale 2; Get-acquainted Tea 2; 
Peabody Prom 2- 

Pleasant personality and a magnetic smile ■ ■ ■ 
enjoys school and has friends everywhere- 



KATHLEEN ANNE SHAGOURY "Kathy" 

209 Winter Street 
Tennis 1; Sophomore Christmas Assembly; Soph- 
omore Party Committee; Junior Prom Committee; 
Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Student 
Council Dance 1, 2. 

An independent, strong-minded girl with a determi- 
nation to succeed in all her endeavors- 






RENATA ELIZABETH SIMENAS 

29 Chapel Street 
Honor Roll 1, 3; Softball Team 3; Ticket Seller 
3; Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale; Senior Play; F-N-A. 1; 
Varsity Choir 2, 3; Hilltopper 3. 

Reserved and serene ■ ■ ■ adept at languages and 
talented in dramatics ■ ■ ■ full of fun, patience, and 
surprises- 



MARY ELAINE SKEANS "Dolly" 

18 Morse Avenue 
Honor Roll 1; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior 
Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale; FBI, A. 2. 

Cute as a button with roguish dark eyes . . . enthu- 
siastic and amiable- 



LEE SUZANNE SIMONI "Cookie" 

21 Garden Parkway 
Sophomore Partv Committee; Senior Musicale; 
F.BLA. 3. 

Well-balanced and self-composed ■ ■ ■ not given 
to idle chatter ■ ■ ■ a sincere friend- 



GEORGIA SKOPE 

(i7 Redwood Drive 
Honor Roll 3; Sophomore Christmas Assembly; 
Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale; Senior Play — Usherette; 
Yearbook Typing Committee; Hilltop Highlights 
3; Junior Prom Committee- 

./ (lassie Grecian type - ■ ■ an accomplished swimmer 
and diver - - . she'll make a good businesswoman- 



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SOPHIE ANN SLAWECKI "Soph" 

40 Sturtevant Avenue 
Honor Roll 3; Sophomore Party Committee; Junior 
Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior 
Musicale; Yearbook Typing Committee — Chair- 
man; F.B.LA. 3; FT A. 3; Library Service Club 1, 
Secretary 2; Hilltop Highlights 3. 
Reliable and steadfast - ■ ■ a proficient typist 
who'll make an indispensable secretary some day- 



SUSAN ANN SMITH "Sue" 

205 Walpole Street 
Softball Team 2; Basketball 2; Sophomore Party 
Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom 
Committee; Senior Musicale; Yearbook Circulation 
Committee; Library Service Club 2. 
An Audrey Hepburn type gamin with a flair for 
talking and also for sympathetic listening- 



DONALD SMITH "Smitty" 

40 Fourth Street 
Hockey 1, 2, 3; Tennis 3; Senior Prom Committee; 
Sophomore Party Committee. 

Diminutive and dependable, Donnie's great ability 
as a goal tender has saved many a game for the 
hockey team- 



JACQUELYN SOLOMON "Kibbie" 

19 Dean Street 
Tennis 1, 2, 3; Sophomore Christmas Assembly; 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Senior Play; Choir 1, 2, 3; Hi-Los; Cheerleader 2, 3. 
Her candid comments keep her classmates laugh- 
ing ■ ■ ■ an avid Bongo drum enthusiast ■ ■ ■ sincere 
and straightforward- 









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BARBARA STARRATT "Woody" 

170 Dean Street 
Ticket Seller 1, 2; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale; Varsity Choir 1; Hi-Los- 
Artistically gifted - ■ ■ scholastically competent when 
interested ■ ■ ■ has a mature outlook on life- 



ELIZABETH ANNE STONIS "Bettie" 

87 Sumner Street 
Honor Roll 1 ; Basketball 1 ; Tennis 1 ; Sophomore 
Party Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Senior 
Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; F.B.LA. 1; 
F.NA. 1; Varsity Choir 3; Hi-Los. 
Attractive, poised, and sophisticated in appearance 
■ ■ ■ merry and enthusiastic- 



ANN ST ITT 

777 Neponset Street 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; National Honor Society 2; 
Traffic Squad; Science Fair 1959; Science Club- 
A scientific mind and great integrity of character 
■ ■ ■ willing to work hard to succeed ■a subtle 
sense of humor- 



WILLIAM DEAN STOREY, III "Bill" 

16 Fieldbrook Drive 
Honor Roll 2; Cross Country 2; Senior Musicale; 
Yearbook Advertising Committee; Varsity Choir 3; 
Hi-Fis. 

A well-mannered and easy-going lad ■ ■ ■ although 
a newcomer Bill's pleasant personality has won him 
many friends- 



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VERONICA STRASUNSKAS "Roni" 

28 Sunset Avenue 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; 
F-B-L-A. 3; Varsity Choir 3; Hi-Los. 
Impetuous and excitable ■ ■ ■ holds vehemently to 
her own opinions ■ ■ ■ Jeri is waiting for her- 



CHARLES SULKALA "Chuck" 

808 Neponset Street 
Golf 1, 2, 3; Football Program Committee 3; 
Assembly Committee 3; Traffic Squad; Senior Prom 
Committee; Senior Musicale; Senior Play; Year- 
book Circulation Committee; Hilltopper Staff 3. 
His good nature wins him many friends ■ ■ ■ a sense 
of humor and amicable ways make him A plus at 
any gathering- 



MICHAEL STUPAK "Mike" 

14 St- John Avenue 
Sophomore Party Committee; Projection Club 2, 3; 
Varsity Choir 1, 2, 3; Hi-Fis; Senior Musicale- 
Proud of bearing and friendly of nature ■ ■ ■ the 
solid, steady type with remarkable equanimity- 



KATHLENE MARY SULLIVAN "Kath" 

207 Center Street, Randolph 
Christmas Sale 2; Senior Musicale; Peabody Prom 
1; Peabody Press Club; Get-acquainted Tea 1; 
White Elephant Sale 1; Step Party 2; Parents' 
Night 1. 

Cameo-like features and golden hair ■ ■ ■ a popular 
well-liked by all- 




DEAN SYLVESTER "Sully" 

622 Neponset Street 
Golf 1, 2; Sophomore Christmas Assembly; Senior 
Prom Committee; Senior Musicale- 
Dark, self-contained with a subtle sense of humor 
■ a "ringer" for dancer, Gene Kelley- 



PRISCILLA TIMM "Timmy" 

3(> David Terrace 
Basketball 1; Sophomore Party Committee; Senior 
Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Student Council 
Delegate 2, 3; F-N-A- 1, 2, 3; Varsity Choir 3; 
Hi-Los- 

A tall friendly blonde with laughing eyes and curly 
hair - - . her happy smile lights up her whole face- 



IRENE TAYLOR "Renie" 

1 Linden Street 
Ticket Seller 2, 3; Sophomore Christinas Assembly; 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Prom Committee; F-N-A- 1, 2, 3- 
Serious-minded and, on the reticent side ■ ■ ■ unselfish, 
firm and steady- 



WILLIAM J- TOOMEY "Bill" 

3 Kenwood Drive 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale- 

A cheerful and helpful member of the class ■ ■ ■ 
constantly accompanied by his junior flame- 



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.MARY TRAVERS "Mare" 

299 Nahatan Street 
Ticket Seller 1, 2, 3; Sophomore Party Committee; 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale; Senior Play; F-N-A. 1, 2, 3; Chess 
Club; Varsity Choir 1, 2, 3; Hi-Los. 
Stately of mien, confident and self-reliant ■ ■ ■ adult 
outlook' 



ARTHUR TWOMEY "Art" 

111 Fulton Street 
Football 1; Sophomore Christmas Assembly; Soph- 
omore Party Committee; Senior Musicale. 
The rough and ready type ■ - - always willing and 
able to hold up his end in an argument' 



DAVID TROILO "Swamie" 

o'l Heaton Avenue 
Football I, 2, 3; Senior Musicale; Senior Play- 
Committee; Rand Preisdent 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 2, 3; 
Varsity Choir 2, 3; Hi-Fis- 

A hardworking and aggressive guard - • ■ Dave's 
musical ability and good nature add to his popular- 
ity. 



HI'.NRY TWOMEY "Hank" 

11+ Fulton Street 
Basketball 1; Sophomore Christmas Assembly; Sen- 
ior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; FB-LA- 3. 
Strong, well-mannered . and has a likable person- 
ality ■ ■ ■ laughter follows Hank -wherever he goes. 





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LAW HKNCK VALENTINE "Velvet" 

■18 Windsor Road 
Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Musicale; Sen- 
ior Play Committee; FBI. A. 2, 3; Varsity Choir 
1. 2, 3;' Hi-Fis- 

I'un-loving and leilh an eye for beauty ■ ■ ■ is a 
in iihiiiI visitor al "Mount Sarabachi". 



EVELYN WALL 

HO Kim Street 
Assembly Committee 3; Traffic Squad; Sophomore 
Party Committee; .Junior Prom Committee; Senior 
Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; Senior Play; 
F-N-A- 1; FLA. 3. 

./musing and talkative ■ ■ . inclined to zcorry - ■ • 
loves skirmishes and alarms- 



EVELYN VINSON "Sissy" 

13 Hill Street 
Softball Team 2; Basketball 1; Ticket Seller 1, 2, 3; 
Sophomore Party Committee; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Musicale; Senior Play Committee: 
Student Council Delegate 1; F-N-A. 1. 2, 3; Varsity 
Choir 1. 

Joviid mill chatty ■ ■ ■ mi friendly terms with all 
. . . st roug-willed mid open-hearted. 



JEANNE WALLSTER 

s_> Norton Drive 
Honor Roll I, 2, .{; Softball learn 2, 3; Basketball 
I, 2, 3; Traffic Squad; Sophomore Christmas 
Assembly; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; 
FT. A. 1, 2. 3; Varsity Choir 1, 2, 3; Hi-Los- 
Superior, intelligent, fastidious ■ ■ - mainstay of the 
Xorwood (tirl Scouts ■ ■ ■ the perfect school citizen- 



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RUSSELL WALTON "Russ" 

R-783 Neponset Street 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; 
Photography Club 1, 2. 

Michievous but pleasant . . . an instigator of many 
humorous antics. 



MICHAEL DAVID WARD "Ward" 

23 Earle Street 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Golf 1, 2; Tennis 3; Class 
Officer 3; Traffic Squad; Senior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale; Senior Play; Yearbook Circulation 
Committee; Chess Club. 

A self-disciplined mid confident orator . . . Mike's 
dancing ability makes him popular at social activi- 
ties. 



KATHLEEN' MARY WARD "Kathy" 

23 Briarwood Lane 
Sophomore Party Committee; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; 
FIJI. A. 1; Varsity Choir 3; Hi-Los. 
Enthusiastic and excitable ■ • • an unforgettable 
giggle ■ ■ ■ believes that life is for living' 



DIANE WELCH "Welch ie" 

101 Westview Drive 
Basketball I, 2, 3; Tennis 2, 3; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale. 
Extremely athletic and versatile, this slender and 
pretty girl lias the enlist dimples! 




PAULA JEAN WILDER "Tex"' 

80 Berwick Place 
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; National Honor Society 2, 3; 
Baskethall Team 1, 2, 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3; Election 
Commission 1, 2, 3; Senior Musicale; Yearbook- 
Circulation Committee; FNA. 3; Class Historian 
1, 2, 3; Cheerleader 2, 3; Varsity Choir 3. 
./ dignified and personable blonde ■ ■ ■ sophisticated 
and tastefully dressed . . . a dangerous combination 
of beauty and brains. 



I. EON' A WO/.NIAK "Woz" 

3(1 Short Street 
Honor Roll 1, 3: Softball Team 3; Tennis 1; Soph- 
omore Party Committee; .Junior Prom Committee; 
Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musicale; F.N. A. 
3; Varsity Choir 3; Hi-Los. 

the good-scout type . . . sternly, sterling and with 
wonderful school spirit- 



PATRICIA WOJDAG "Pat"' 

22 Hillside Avenue 
Softball Team 1, 3; Basketball 1, 3; Traffic Squad; 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Committee; 
Senior Musicale; EN. A. 1, 2, 3; Varsity Choir 3; 
Hi-Los. 

A sympathetic listener . . . a facile scholar, tenacious 
and conscientious- 



JOSEPH YELAPI "Weed" 

35 Sturtevant Avenue 
Baseball 1; Hockey 1; Class Offieer 2; Junior Prom 
Committee; Senior Prom Committee; Senior Musi- 
cale; Student Council Dance 1, 2 ,3; Student Council 
Delegate 1, 2, 3. 

.1 pint-shed pursuer of excitement with a icell- 
rounded personality . . . an able student. 



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HI DKRR A N D KIM M R R 



DANIKI, SARNO 



Hildebrand Kummer 
in America 

I'LL ALWAYS REMEMBER: 

My wonderful American family, the 
Crawfords. 

Open houses; coca cola; potato chips; 
hot dogs and hamburgers. 

The beautiful colorful New England 
autumn. No place else like it ! 

The vociferous enthusiasm of the football 
crowds. 

The parking problems caused by all the 
cars of the student drivers. 

The excitement and turmoil of the Ken- 
nedy-for-President parade in Bos- 
ton. 

The friendly approachable attitude of 
the teachers and the high scholastic 
level of Norwood High School. 

The tremendous snowstorms and the 
money to be made by shovelling. 

The scintillating performances at the 
arena of the Norwood High School 
Golden Nuggets. 



Daniel Sarno 
in Belgium 

I'LL NEVER FORGET: 

The hearty hospitality of my Belgian 
"relatives." 

The enchantment of the ancient yet. mod- 
ern cities and the gabled roofs. 

The thousand and one Flemish dialects. 
What a hubbub! 

Long bike-rides through the rolling coun- 
tryside with my foreign "brother." 

The many lively discussions over the 
Belgian attitude to the Congo prob- 
lem. 

The trip to the Flemish brewery and the 
beer-testing party which lasted all 
afternoon ! 

The interest of the young Belgians in 
m v high school yearbook and their 
amazement at all our extracurricular 
activities. 

The personal friendliness of the 1200 
inhabitants of Ressegem. 

Teaching American baseball on the sands 
of the North Sea. 

An out-of-this-world experience. 



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TOP TRIO: Donahue, O'Donnell, Sarno 



TOP O' THE HEAP 



The good-looking, crew-cut lad pic- 
tured above is Daniel Sarno, who is our 
hard-working Student Council President 
and a member of the National Honor 
Society. This past summer Danny was 
our Foreign Exchange Student to Bel- 
gium. Danny looks forward to attending 
either Harvard or Tufts next year and 
hopes to become a doctor. 

The dependable and stalwart Chief 
Editor of the yearbook is John O'Donnell. 
John is an end on the football team and 
was co-captain of the 19(i0 Grid squad. 



He hopes to further his education at 
Harvard or Brown and looks forward to 
a career in government service or in the 
teaching h'eld. 

Our serious-minded and capable class 
president for three years is Charles Dona- 
hue. Charlie is a three year letterman 
and captain of the hockey team and a 
member of the Student Council Executive 
Hoard. Hard working and forceful Char- 
lie expects to attend Dartmouth or Har- 
vard. He intends to become a lawyer 
or a doctor. 



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The Guidance Department Is Building 



Plans and specifications for the school 
year 1960-61 called for additional guid- 
ance personnel, the inclusion of secretarial 
assistance, the addition of a counseling 
facility, and the purchase of new equip- 
ment and material. 

The above were implemented in the first 
instance with the appointment of two full- 
time guidance counselors, Mrs. Goepner 
and Mr. Donovan. Mrs. Ashman, assigned 
as secretary to the guidance department, 
completed the staff. A new, though tem- 
porary, guidance counseling office was 
erected in the northeast corner of the 
library. This became the girls' guidance 
facility. Both Mr. Donovan's and Mrs. 
Goepner's offices were then appointed 
with new equipment received under the 
N.D.E.A. of 1958. 



The blueprints for the future are even 
more encouraging. It is expected that at 
least one additional counselor will be 
added to the professional staff. Secre- 
tarial assistance will be extended as will 
the purchase of necessary supplies, tests, 
and equipment. Perhaps the most startl- 
ing change will be the moving of the 
guidance offices to a cluster of rooms 
opposite the principal's office. Here pro- 
vision will be made for four counseling 
rooms and a combination waiting and 
library area. 

This guidance building program which 
coincides with that of school construction 
means more individualized and more com- 
plete services for you, the student. 




Mr. Donovan and Mrs. Goepner advise Brian Hebner 



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The Library and the Reading Program 



Our school library is in its third year 
of activity. There is now a book collec- 
tion of 3,500 volumes and an average 
daily attendance of over 200 students. 
The Library Service Club, composed of 
girls who are willing to give at least two 
periods a week to assisting the librarian, 
has rendered notable service to the school 
since the opening of the library in Novem- 
ber, 1958. The pressing need, beyond the 
ever present one for more books, is for 
more space for both pupils and books. 
So have we grown in two short years ! 

Reading Program 

The Developmental Program in Read- 
ing is for the purpose of providing con- 
tinued growth of the reading abilities and 
skills of high school students. It is con- 
cerned fundamentally with continued re- 
finement and development of the mature 
aspects of the same types of abilities that 
were developed in elementary and junior 
high schools. 

There is one central place in Norwood 
Senior High School which offers resources 
to help students who wish to improve their 
reading skills and study skills. This is 
the Developmental Reading Center. 

Here help is given (1) for those who 
already read easily but wish to increase 
their rate of reading, (2) for those who 
plan to take college entrance or other 
types of advanced examination, (S3) for 
those who need help in increasing speed 
and comprehension, and (-1) for those 
who are not up to grade level in under- 
standing what they read. 

Reading needs are identified by Guid- 
ance through Standardized Reading 
Tests. Those who appear to need instruc- 




tion are recommended by Guidance to the 
Reading Instructor. 

Any student who wishes to take reading 
instruction may make arrangements with 
the Reading Specialist. 

The Reading Center is a place where 
receiving individual help is an enjoyable 
experience. The results bring satisfac- 
tory progress to all who make use of the 
modern facilities that have been provided. 



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English Department 




The Norwood High School Eng- 
lish Department offers a variety of 
courses in English to meet the par- 
ticular needs of all students in the 
school. Course offerings endeavor to 
develop and increase skills in read- 
ing, writing, and speaking, those 
areas of particular concern to the 
English faculty. 

Students are helped to develop an 
awareness of the practical and aes- 
thetic aspects of all phases of the 
traditional English curriculum. Va- 
rious literary types of all ages and 
cultures form the core around which 
revolve rhetorical, compositional, 
grammatical, and oratorical experi- 
ences of the English classroom. Spe- 
cial instruction is provided through 
the Developmental Reading pro- 
gram to increase the student's com- 
prehension and rate of reading 
speed. 

All students are assigned to Eng- 
lish classes which, insofar as pos- 
sible, offer instruction particularly 
suited for their needs and abilities. 
Several times during the academic 
year, all students confer privately 
on a scheduled basis with their Eng- 
lish teachers in an effort to increase 
proficiency in written expression. 



Foreign Language Department 



The most significant fact in for- 
eign language study in Norwood is 
that currently all pupils in all third 
grades are learning to speak French. 
This program will gradually be ex- 
tended so that any boy or girl with 
language aptitude may study 
French in all its aspects for ten 
years. This has enormous implica- 
tions for the foreign language pro- 
gram at the Senior High School 
and will mean a complete revision of 
the present program. A pupil may 
now elect four years of French, two 
years of Spanish and four years of 
Latin. In the modern foreign lan- 
guages, the fourfold aim is to develop 
to a limited degree within the brief 
time spent, the ability to speak, to 
understand, to read and to write. 

Those students who elect Latin 
II, III, or IV, after a basic study 
of Latin grammar and composition 
read Caesar's Commentaries, Cicero's 
orations and the poems of Virgil 
and Ovid. Stress is laid on the gen- 
eral cultural values found in Latin 
literature, and also on the rich 
legacy which the English language 
has derived from lingua Latina. 







Mathematics Department 




College Preparatory Mathematics 
consists of two years of algebra, 
one year of plane geometry, plane 
trigonometry, analytic geometry, in- 
troduction to the calculus, statistics 
and topics of advanced algebra. Sen- 
iors who do not take Math. IV take 
a two-period a week review in prepa- 
ration for College Board Examina- 
tions. An accelerated group, now in 
the ninth grade, will complete Math. 
IV at the end of the junior year and 
will then take a year of college mathe- 
matics in the senior year. 

Basic Mathematics, given in the 
ninth, tenth, and twelfth years is a 
study of fundamental and unifying 
concepts but with attention directed 
to application rather than to con- 
tinued study of mathematics. 

In modern mathematics emphasis 
is on ideas rather than on manipula- 
tions. Although mathematics is 
recognized as an indispensable in- 
strument in the solution of the prob- 
lems of science, business, and gov- 
ernment, it is also a primary dis- 
cipline in modern culture. Without 
a knowledge of mathematics a stu- 
dent is handicapped in understand- 
ing the past and in evaluating the 
present. 

At Norwood High School, al- 
though there is a keen perception of 
the material advantages of studying 
mathematics, there is an increasing 
and enthusiastic appreciation that 
the deeper the understanding of 
mathematics, the more satisfying is 
the consideration of much of the 
world of ideas. 



Science Department 



Biology, the science course for 
sophomores, offers comprehensive 
study of Zoology, Botany, and Hu- 
man Biology. Every student is urged 
to undertake a project in his par- 
ticular field of interest. 

Chemistry gives a well-rounded 
and intense study of the chemical 
laws and principles and also in- 
creases the student's understanding 
of chemical processes in everyday 
life. The Honors Track Course in 
this subject offers advanced topics 
usually introduced in college, as well 
as intensive treatment of the usual 
topics studied in college preparatory 
chemistry. This year the importance 
of molecular structure has been in- 
troduced and the new Chemical Bond 
Approach to Chemistry was stressed. 
The Applied Chemistry course is 
Chemistry 32, which is intended to 
give the student a general introduc- 
tion to an appreciation of chemistry 
as it affects daily life. 

The special Physics course offered 
for seniors is developed by the Phys- 
ical Science Study Committee. This 
is designed to teach a knowledge of 
Physics and to develop a thoughtful 
scientific attitude. The applied 
course, Physics 42, places more em- 
phasis on specific applications of 
Physics to the immediate environ- 
ment, to household heating systems, 
electrical appliances, automobile en- 
gines, and power mechanics. 

Those students who have attained 
an A or a high B for the correspond- 
ing subject in the previous year 
may elect the Honors Track Course 
in all of these subjects. 







History Department 




The understanding of man, past, 
present and future, is the far-reach- 
ing object of the History Depart- 
ment. World History stresses the 
development of civilization from 
Biblical times to the present day, 
while the skills and techniques of 
Social Studies are emphasized. 

American History covers the 
growth of our country from the 
Exploration Period to the 20th cen- 
tury with a special study of federal 
government and present day events 
shaping American history. 

The purpose of Consumer Eco- 
nomics is to develop economic liter- 
acy by means of a thorough study 
of the worlds of finance, money, 
stocks and bonds, prices and con- 
trols. The study of such publications 
as Consumers' Union Bulletins and 
Kiplinger Magazines is intended to 
supplement text book material. 

Modern Problems consist of an 
examination of problems and issues 
in contemporary life with the view 
of presenting democratic ideas and 
practices. Along with current news 
events, students discuss such topics 
as propaganda, integration, minori- 
ties, labor and mental health. This 
year special emphasis has been given 
to the Presidential campaign and 
political parties and international 
relations. This course provides an 
opportunity for the students to 
study, understand and evaluate these 
problems and thus prepare them- 
selves to participate as informed 
citizens in our democratic society. 






Business Department 



The courses offered at Norwood 
High School include General Busi- 
ness Training, Economic Geography, 
Typewriting, Filing, Business Arith- 
metic, Shorthand, Business . Law, 
Bookkeeping, and in co-operation 
with the Henry O. Peabody School, 
Transcription and Business Mach- 
ines. 

Some of these courses are de- 
signed for the vocationally minded 
student, but others are desirable and 
necessary to a well-rounded educa- 
tion. Too few people, young and old, 
are well-founded in the simple rudi- 
ments of business, in the financial 
structure of business, in the tax 
problems and the wide Variety of 
opportunities in business and man- 
agement. 

"Big Business" is concerned with 
the dearth of young people turning 
to a serious study of business and 
management. Business executives 
are of the opinion that more of the 
talented young people should be en- 
couraged to pursue a career in busi- 
ness. We as a nation require scien- 
tists, physicists and engineers, but 
without well-qualified business man- 
agers our country will suffer dire 
consequences. 







Aft and Music Departments 




Art Department 

The Art Department at Norwood 
High School offers three years of 
Art Major for all those interested 
in art as a career. Those with less 
time, and those who are interested 
in art mainly as a hobby, may elect 
Art Minor for one, two, or three 
years. 

Emphasis is put on creativity and 
originality, and the students learn 
many different drawing and painting 
techniques. The purpose of the de- 
partment is to make pupils aware 
of the increasing role and import- 
ance of art in the modern world. 

Music Department 

The greatest appreciation, under- 
standing, and learning about music 
come from actual participation in 
the production of music itself. There- 
fore, at Norwood High School, em- 
phasis is placed upon being a mem- 
ber of the major musical organiza- 
tions in order to study music. For 
those interested and trained in in- 
strumental music, the Band and an 
orchestral ensemble provide the 
medium. For those qualified to sing 
part music, there are various choral 
groups. The Varsity Choir is for 
mixed voices ; the Hi-Fis is for boys ; 
and the Hi-Los for girls. The Senior 
Musicale and the Spring Concert 
give students the opportunity to 
perform for the general public. Nor- 
wood participates in the Massachu- 
setts All-State and District Con- 
certs, as well. 



Home Economics and Industrial Arts 



Home Economics Department 

Home Economics is presently 
offered as a major for Sophomore 
and Junior girls and as a minor for 
sophomores. During the year time 
is equally divided between Foods 
and Clothing, with emphasis on a 
family centered program. 

The Foods Course involves a mas- 
tery of basic skills along with meal 
planning, nutrition and child care 
and development. 

In Clothing, emphasis is placed on 
construction and fashion. The 
course for Junior girls includes 
Home Management, Interior Design 
and Textiles. 

All Junior girls are required to 
take Youth Problems. This is pri- 
marily an orientation course and in- 
cludes discussions of the vital prob- 
lems of this age group. 

For Senior girls interested in 
nursing there is a minor course 
which focuses attention on Nutri- 
tion, Disease and Family Problems. 

Industrial Arts 

Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors 
may elect Mechanical Drawing both 
as a major and as a minor subject. 
Mechanical Drawing Major I is a 
course designed to teach the student 
the basic skills of drafting. 

Mechanical Drawing Major II 
offers an intensive study of drafting, 
and also deals with development of 
surfaces, revolutions, charts, graphs, 
and maps. 

Mechanical Drawing Major III 
provides an opportunity for more 
intensive study. Mechanical Draw- 
ing Minors I, II, and III meet two 
or three times weekly, according to 
the schedule of the student. 







BUILDERS 

PAR ERCELLEHIE 





Vocational School Group 

Row I: Carlson, Parker, Ferrara, Feeley, Bruno, Giondomenico, Cahill 

Row II: Malacaria, Bailey, Crowley P-, Shanahan, Crowley W-, Becker, Mr. Lugton 



Boys' Vocational School 



The Boys' Vocational School was estab- 
lished eighteen years ago. In retrospect 
the graduates of this program can look 
with pride upon their excellent prepara- 
tion for becoming skilled cabinetmakers. 
Many projects requiring intensive train- 
ing have been carried out successfuly each 
year. 

The academic part of the program 
consisting of English, Basic Mathematics, 
Related Science, and Social Studies has 
provided a practical educational back- 
ground. 



This year's group represents the last 
class to graduate from the Boys' Voca- 
tional School. With the new expansion 
program in effect, Industrial Arts will 
replace Vocational Education. 

THE SUPPLY OF PEOPLE FOR 
HIGHER POSITIONS IS NEVER 
GREATER THAN THE DEMAND, 
AND THERE IS ALWAYS A BIGGER 
JOB AWAITING THE FELLOW WHO 
QUALIFIES FOR IT.— 

Clifford H. Wheeler, Director 



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Sends its araduates into our 
as useful, participating citizens with an 
understanding and appreciation of the 
world around them, and the skills to 
take their place in societu. 




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Peabody Faculty 





Mrs. Blanche M. Kingsbury 
Director of Peabody School 




Miss Rose H. Morrison 

Business Machines 

Business Principles 

Student Co-operative 

Junior Adviser 




Miss Marjorie McCready 
Shorthand, Filing 

Transcription 

English Essentials 

Typewriting 

Alumnae and Senior Adviser 




Miss Eleanor Murphy 
Instructor Practical Nursing 



Miss Veronica A- Riley 

English, Senior Adviser 

Co-operative A dviser 





Miss Mary Pacheco 
Elementary Sewing 
Children's Clothing 

Trade Dress Making 



Mrs- Helen G. Beardsell 

Related Science 

Home-making 

Post-graduate Adviser 



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Peabody Faculty 




Mrs- Gertrude T. Butler 

Social Studies 

Peabody Press 

Club Adviser 




Miss Bertha Tarallo 

Beauty Culture 
Cosmetology Guild 





Mrs. Adele Marcoux 

Pood Service Instructor 

Dining Room Management 





Miss Ethel W. Johnson 

Baking and Catering 

Food and Service Program 



Miss Louise Ulrich 

Beauty Culture 

Student Co-operative 







Mrs- Helena Eisener 
School Secretary 



Mr. George R. Cole 

Chef Instructor 

Pood Service 

Cafeteria Management 



Miss Marguerite Sicurella 

Beauty Culture 

Alumnae Adviser 



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Opportunity Has Many 



The Henry 0. Peabody School, a 
regional vocational school established in 
1942, offers the following major pro- 
grams of study: Beauty Culture, Dress- 
making, Foods, Business, and Practical 
Nursing. Although the courses are voca- 
tional in nature, each student spends 
approximately 50 per cent of her time 
in academic classes. 

The school has a unique financial struc- 
ture, since it is supported by federal, 
state, town, and trust monies. 

Many years ago, Mr. Henry Oliver 
Peabody, whose family was concerned 
with the manufacture of the Peabody 
rifle, decided to assist young women in 
attaining education and training to be- 
come self-supporting. Funds which he left 
for such a purpose were invested wisely 
by prudent men and the income today 
from that trust fund, together with money 
from the previously mentioned sources, 
staffs and maintains our school. 

The school enrollment has increased in 
the twenty years of its existence, and pro- 
grams of study have been added to its 
curriculum, according to community 
needs. Since some of the programs are 
in fields in which many jobs are available 
for young men, the school enrolls a few 
boys who show evidence of sincere interest 
and aptitude. 

Two and three-year programs are 
offered in Fashions and Foods. A one- 
year course is offered in each of these 
trades for , postgraduate students. The 
Beauty Culture course offers a two-year 
course to undergraduates and a one-year 
course to postgraduates. 



Aspects At Peabody 



The Business Department has a one- 
year program in any of three majors 
— secretarial, office machines, or clerical. 
An accelerated secretarial program of one 
year's duration is offered to graduates 
of a high school college preparatory 
course. 

The practical nursing training is 
offered to post high school students only, 
and it consists of five months' training at 
the school and ten months' work at the 
Norwood Hospital. 

Senior students completing the course 
of studies receive the Norwood High 
School diploma and the Henry 0. Pea- 
body School certificate. The latter is 
earned after six months' successful em- 
ployment in the field of training. 

The school has earned an enviable 
placement record in the trades and in 
business. There exists an active Alumnae 
Association of graduates who have been 
helped through training and education to 
find happiness and success in many fields 
of endeavor. 

The school is tuition-free to students ; 
however, the Town of Norwood bills the 
particular school system concerned for 
nonresident students for $400 a pupil. 
State funds reimburse these towns for 50 
per cent of the cost of this vocational 
education. Tuition for the practical nurs- 
ing course is $210. There is no tuition 
charged for the business course because 
the department is supported by monies 
from the trust fund. Students pay a lab- 
oratory fee of $10 a year if they do not 
reside in Norwood. 





Peabody Student Co-operative Association 

Row I: Hudson, Cherry, Lundberg, Pelletier, MacDonald 

Row II: Miss Ulrich, Tracy, Hamilton, Neilsen, Abreu, Holden, Kiff, McCarthy, 
Lovely, Nashowaty, Miss Morrison 




Peabody Press Club 

Row I: I.eighton, Michienzie, Grzyborwski, Miss Riley, White, McConnell, 

Schwendenmann- 
Row II: Mrs- Ueardsell, Grew, Cola, Civila, Cammarata, Pitara, Fino, Nettle, 

Mastandrea, Mrs- Butler 



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Peabody Prepared Us Well 



As we say our good-byes and proudly 
display our newly found vocational skills, 
we are aware of the many memories that 
the Henry O. Peabody School has given 
us. In September came the tea-party, 
given for the purpose of becoming ac- 
quainted with the new students and for 
renewing old friendships. Dr. Philip 0. 
Coakley, Superintendent of Schools, hon- 
ored us with a welcoming speech. 

On September 19, we elected our Stu- 
dent Co-operative Association officers for 
the year to come : Hilda Lundberg, Presi- 
dent; Ann Cherry and Suzanne Pelletier, 
Secretary and Treasurer respectively. 

We had our annual Thanksgiving din- 
ner, consisting of turkey with "all the 
trimmings," on Tuesday, November 22. It 
was a very successful dinner, which could 
only have been accomplished through the 
adeptness of our Foods Department. 

In December, we held our Christmas 
Sale, entitled "Frosted Fantasy." The 
decor of the cafeteria created a fairy- 



like atmosphere which made everything 
seem very light and sparkling. It was a 
very successful sale and well worth our 
individual efforts. 

On December 21, we had our Christmas 
pageant and dinner. The pageant, entitled 
"America at Christmas," was religious in 
theme. The dinner, according to tradition, 
was served by the members of the faculty. 

With the coming of spring, the days 
grew shorter, our Prom became a mem- 
ory of the past, and graduation was just 
around the corner. Everyone was busy 
reviewing for exams, and graduation prac- 
tice and rehearsals took up a great deal 
of our time. 

This past year has proved to be a very 
special year to all of us. The memories 
of it are sure to remain with us forever. 

Everyone who has taken advantage of 
the courses offered and the personal atten- 
tion given us while in school will attain 
success by putting forth an honest effort. 




Peabody Writers 



Bonnie Neilscn, Jean Abreu, Priscilla Nettle 



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JUNIOR 




Junior Homeroom 132 - Miss O'Sullivan 

Row I: Alexander, Brassel, Barrett, Breen, Bortolotti, Arno, Broadbent, Alden 
Row II: Arvidson, Brown, Brissette, Abdallah, Boulis, Boulis, Badger, Brissette, 

Miss O'Sullivan 
Row III: Bassett, Breen, Balboni, Backstrom, Baxter, Barry, Baxter, Bender, 

Brown 




Junior Homeroom 103 - Miss Kenefick 

Row I: Childs, Cary, Carolan, Carmichael, Cormier, Chapman, Clarke 

Row II: Cote, Clark, Ciancarelli, Clancy, Corrigan, Miss Kenefick 

Row III: Coughlin, Crafts, Connolly, Carpenter, Campisano, Callahan, Callaghan 



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HOMEROOMS 




Junior Homeroom 129 ■ Miss McCormack 

Row I: Dalton, Dempsey, Duoba, Danieli, Ferrara, Flaherty, Eckhardt 
Row II: Miss McCormack, Davis, Doe, Dolan, Doherty, Ferioli, Daley 
Row III: Farrenden, Folan, Dias, Fairbanks, Didick, Czyrca, Crowell 



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Junior Homeroom 221 - Miss Weir 

Row I: Fulton, Fox, Hall, Gudis, Fuller, Haasis, Gordon, French 

Row II: Frueh, Haughey, Forbes, Granlund, Gotovich, Hartshorn, Miss Weir 

Row III: Frangiosa, Gavin, Galle, Greene, Grudinskas, Giorgi, Giusti, George 



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JUNIOR 




Cafeteria Wing, Juniors - Mr. Ganter 



J e? - 
Row I: Lazzara, Knudson, Karshis F-, MacFarlane, Mack, Landers, Ketter E., 

Knox, Ketter D-, Libby 
Row II: Hutehins, Howard J-, Livingstone, Lockhardt, Heylin, Krasauskis, 

Krai, LaCivita, Mr- Ganter 
Row III: Johnson D-, Ianniello, Karter, Kelcher, Jackson, Ioannielli, Johnson E-, 

Krupp 




Junior Homeroom 128 - Mr. Peterson 

Row I: McAuliffe M-, Maher, Maguire, Mayo, Murray, Mullen, MacLeod 
Row II: Makaitis, McDermott, MacLean, McAuliffe K-, Maloney, Morrison, 

Mcintosh, Marathas, Mroczka, Meeker, Mr. Peterson 
Row III: Michael, Moreshead, Maxon, Maddocks, McCue, McDonald, Mattson, 

Mahoney 

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HOMEROOMS 




Junior Homeroom 116 - Mr. Klugh 

Row I: O'Brien N-, Pike, Oliver, Nason, Patten, Pender, Nelson, Pinkney, 

Pattison 
Row II: Palumbo, Nado, Paquin, Paton, Pupalaigis, Plasko, Nordstrom, Prokop, 

Power, Mr. Klugh 
Row III: Pearl, Plath, Oliveira, Peterson, Navickas, Purnell, Poirier, Petrovek, 

Perry, Parsons 




Junior Homeroom 115 - Mr. Sullivan 

Row I: Sullivan, Smith, Simon i, Stupak, Sampson, Sutherland, Sivacek 

Row II: Reed, Starratt, Rodgors, Silvestri, Rad/.evich, Sopp, Rideout, Seratore, 

Mr- .Sullivan 
Row III: Rukauskas, Sutherland, Rogers, Shaw, Rafuse, Savina, S/.ahun 



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Junior Homeroom 131 - Miss Coleman 

Row I: Tufts, Thompson, Thornton, Tomrn, Taylor, Truesdale, Wilkinson, 

Thompson L- 
Row II: Vienneau, Whitecavage, Tracey, Wolent, Wright, Welch B-, Thornton K. 
Row III: Traudt R , Taggart, Wozniak, White, Welch, Tessicini, Yenkavitch, Troilo, 

Tragakis 



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Junior Class Officers 

Fender, Mender, Traeey, Karshis, Pearl, D'Kspinosa 

Second Story Work 



Having made our initial impression 
on "the school on the hill" the class of 
1962 returned last fall for our junior 
year, prepared to live up to the standards 
we had previously set for ourselves. 

Vigorous campaigning during class 
elections brought satisfying results. Ca- 
pable John D'Kspinosa was re-elected as 
Class President. His associates were Paul 
Karshis, Vice-President; Maribeth Pend- 
er, Secretary ; Kathy Tracy and Rich- 
ard, Treasurers; and Diane Heylin and 
Paul Bender, A. A. Representatives. 

Given the opportunity to elect three 
cheerleaders from our class, wc selected 
Jean Ferrara, next year's captain, Judy 
Folan and Maribeth Pender. 

Athletic abilities showed up in many of 
our boys and girls. The girls revealed 
their talents in basketball, tennis and 
Softball. Among the boys outstanding in 
sports arc those who have been elected 
as next year's captains: Dave McCue, 
hockey captain, assisted by co-captain 
Alvie Crowell and Wayne Petrovck ; and 
Pete Maddocks the future captain of the 
basketball team. 



The Junior Prom, an event all had 
been anticipating for many months, took 
place on April 7 in a land of fantasy 
under skies of "Lavender Blue." An eve- 
ning to be long remembered ! 

The finishing touch was our participa- 
tion in Class Day. Though this day was 
one on which we honor the seniors, it 
meant very much to us too, because it 
marked the beginning of our last and 
most important year of high school. 

S.C. '62 




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SUSAN CAROLAN, Historian 



SOPHOMORE 




Sophomore Homeroom 211 - Mr. Dehler 



Row I: liremer, Barrett, Barca, Badger, Brcen, Bevivino, Devine 

Row II: Biagiotti, Baxter, Bamforil, Allen, Bowers, Berry, Brissette, Mr- Dehler 

Row III: Babel, Barone, Adams, Berry, Broderiek, Antonitis, Bonney 







Sophomore Homeroom 105 - Mr. Tammi 

Row I: Cowell, Crafts, Davis, Clark, Daley, Connolly, Chapman, Curran, Columbo 
Row II: Desmond, Connolly, Devine, Cronin, Connors, Clark, Dalton, Coughlin, 

Curtis, Crisafulli 
Row III: Chaffalo, Catholdi, De Benedictis, Carrabino, Carroll, Burton, Christman, 

Dastoli, Crowley, Carlson, Carver 

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Sophomore Homeroom 210 - Mrs. Staton 



Row I: Foley B-, Dias, Dole, Foley D., Donahue K-, Erickson, Fahey 

Row II: Ferrara, Ellis, Downs, Flynn, Foley P., Dyer, Folan P., Mrs. Staton 

Row III: Fitzgerald, Falcone, Folan T., Dimarzo, Fanning-, Donahue C-, Eysie M. 




Sophomore Homeroom 202 - Mr. Gulla 



Row I: Harris, Grinavic, Gordon, Glebauskas, Gillis, Grethe, Grethe, Goff, Harris 
Row II: Glover, Gallant, Gillis, Gibbs, Fulton, Hayes, Grazado, Guest, Fry, 

Higgins, Mr- Gulla 
Row II: Giovannucci, Fruci, Hanck, Greene, Grenon, Haver, Fox, Griffin 

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SOPHOMORE 




Sophomore Homeroom 219 - Mrs. Coburn 

Row I: Johnson, Jessick, Kellog, Kozak, Kelley, Kemp, Humsey, LaMont 

Row II: Jewkes, Ready, Krasauskas, Kierys, Hoeg, Hucksam, Loper 

Row III: Julian, Holman, Latham, Kniolek, Kelly, Kelleher, Hinds, King 




Sophomore Homeroom 133 - Mrs. Halbert 



Row I: Malacaria, McDermott, Mattson, McClellan, McCarthy, Mantho, Mahoney, 

MacKinnon 
Row II: Mattson, McKenna, MacEachern, McCready, McKernon, Maguire 

McAiilifFe, Marshall, Mrs. Halhert 
Row III: Manning, Maloof, MacConiiskey, Mahcr, McCormack, McDonough, 

McKay, Matola, Maus 

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HOMEROOMS 




Sophomore Homeroom 220 - Mr. Dunn 

Row I: Mortelliti, Murphy C-, Mella, Naughton, Mcli.sli, Mohan, Murphy K- M., 

Norton 
Row II: Mr. Dunn, Morrison, McLean, Merrill, Miller, Nason, Moberjr, McTernan 
Row III: McNamara, Michienzi, Moreshead, Melley, McMalion, Nasuti, McNulty, 

Nelson 




Sophomore Homeroom 204 - Mr. H. Flaherty 



Row I: 

Row II: 



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Pallieko, Prentice, Pratt, Pennington, Rejian, Roslauskas, Porazzo, Paul 
O'Neill, Restall, Riley, Redmayne, Pora/.zo, Obuchon, Ogryzek, Olivcira, 
Orlando, O'Neill, Mr- Flaherty 
Kuseetti, Koby, Olsen, O'Malley, Rushton, Romoska, O'Day, Rubin 



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Sophomore Homeroom 205 - Miss Lanoue 

Row I: Smith, Scafati, Shagoury, Skeans, Schofield, Sanphy, Shanahan. Shultz, 

Scott 
Row II: Taylor, Swain, Sieminski, Ryan, Sheehan, Stanovitch, Solomon, Taggart 
Row III: Souther, Timm, Simmons, Smith, Tinnell, Thomas, Smelstor, Sacco, Socci, 

Saraca 




Sophomore Homeroom 123 - Mr. Bush 



Row I: Yelapi, Worrell, Wieczorek, Vinson, Viles, Travis, Usevich 

Row II: Mr- Bush, Zimlicki, Zabrowski, Tracy, Wenstrom, Vaccaro, Wisgirda, 
Wilson, Wolley 



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Sophomore Class Officers 



Antonitis, Devine, Fanning, Grinavic, Cronin, Souther, Donahue 

Little Cogs Among the Big Wheels 



When the Class of '63 arrived for their 
first day on the hill, the construction 
of the new addition was in full swing. 
As we wandered through the maze of 
unfamiliar rooms and corridors on Sep- 
tember 7, 1960, our two great problems 
proved to be finding the second floor and 
hiding our inferiority complexes. 

To lead the way through our ordeal 
as lowly Sophs, we elected capable class 
officers. Led by our profiicient president, 
Channing Souther, they are: Peter An- 
tonitis, Vice-President ; Barbara Cronin, 
Secretary ; Susan Devine and Chris Dona- 
hue, Treasurers ; Anita Grinavic and Jeff 
Fanning, A. A. Representatives. 

Our initiation to high school social 
life was on October 27, when we held our 
Sophomore Party, a fun-filled evening of 
enjoyment for everyone. 

At the annual Christmas assembly the 
Varsity Choir provided a beautiful back- 
ground for Yuletide solos and Scripture 
readings by members of our class. 

Sophomore contributions to the various 
athletic activities were highlighted by 



Dave Tracey, a very promising quarter- 
back and sharpshooter on the basketball 
court ; and Jeff Fanning, an able defense- 
man on the football field and novice net- 
tender for the "Golden Nuggetts." 

Looking back we can be proud of our 
many triumphs and profit by our equally 
numerous mistakes. We look forward to 
a bright future at the school on the hill 
where we are no longer misfits on proba- 
tion, but sons and daughters of a grand 
tradition. Ad summa contendimus ! 

D.D. '63 




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DONNA DALEY, Historian 



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ourselves alone. We owe to our com- 
munity active participation in its affairs 
ana an abidina interest in its problems. 
_Srs we nave learned the values to be 
derived from Scltool activities, So must we 



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accomplishments. 




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Student Council Officers 

D'Espinosa, Arvidson, Brannelly, Sarno, Folan 



Student Council 



The 1960-61 Student Council excelled 
in all its undertakings under the able 
leadership of Daniel Sarno, President; 
John D'Espinosa, Vice-President; Mau- 
reen Brannelly, Recording Secretary; 
Doris Folan, Corresponding Secretary; 
and Kenneth Arvidson, Treasurer. The 
Executive Board comprised of James 
Hilliard, Chairman ; Paul Johnson, Noreen 
Connolly, Bernadette Gotovich and Susan 
Carolan, contributed greatly to the many 
achievements of the council during the 
past year. 

Our annual dance, the Autumn Frolic, 
was unsurpassed in merit and enjoyment. 
The gym was festively decorated in bright 
autumn colors. The Council donated a 



considerable sum of its profit to the For- 
eign Exchange Fund. 

One of the most successful projects of 
the Council this year was the Foreign 
Exchange Drive. An interesting assembly 
with eight foreign exchange students par- 
ticipating in a panel discussion initiated 
the drive. The money from this drive helps 
sponsor an American Field Service stu- 
dent to spend a year here with us. We 
hope that this worth-while function will 
be continued. In this connection, let us 
state that we were very happy to have 
Hildebrand Kummer, our German Foreign 
Exchange student, as an active member 
of our council this year. 

Beverly Rodgers, an outstanding stu- 



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dent in the Junior class, will be Norwood 
High School's exchange student this sum- 
mer. She will spend a couple of months 
in Zurich, Switzerland. Beverly, who is an 
excellent French student, is studying a 
little German now, in preparation for her 
foreign visit and should have little lan- 
guage difficuty with her Swiss family. 

One of the most outstanding projects 
of the council was the presentation of a 
portrait of Mr. James Gormley to the 



student body. This memorial to a beloved 
teacher has been placed in a prominent 
position in the entrance hall. 

The members of the Council would like 
to express their sincere appreciation to 
Miss Hubbard and Mr. Buscone, our fac- 
ulty advisers, who have spent many hours 
helping us plan and carry out our activi- 
ties and to the students and teachers 
whose co-operation has made our projects 
so successful. M. B. '61 




Student Council Executive Board 

Donahue, Hilliard, Gotovitch, Sarno, Carolan, Johnson 



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Row I: Pender, Folan J-, Grazado, Kummer, Sarno, Karshis, Close, Deasy 
Row II: Tragakis, Donahue, Paul, McAuliffe M-, Danielli, Wieczorek, Cronin, 

Solomon, McAuliffe J, Brissette, Yelapi 
Row III: Campisano, Savina, Paduck, Baxter, Bergin, Salie, Karshis, Hanson, 

Ferrara 




Student Council Alternates 

Row I: Thompson, O'Brien, Timm, Roderick, Sarno, Curran, Feeney, Olson, 

Rogers 
Row II: Makaitis, Chapman, Foley, Baxter, Scafati, Boulis, Loper 
Row III: Livingstone, Holman, Carol, Allbee, Folan, Honeth, Condon 



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National Honor 

Row I: Makaitis, Mrs. Coburn, Deasy 

How II: Cavallaro, S.ilie. Wilder, Sarno, Del. isle 




Chess Club 

How I: Kuscetti, Jewell, Daley, Radel, Mr Hush. Pike, Koirers. O'Brien, Patten 

Row II: Drew, Perna. Trajrakis. D'Espinosa. Makaitis. Livingstone, Goldman. 

Honctli, l-'illmore. Meeker. Savina 
How III: Kaktins. Uaxter. Salic, l.iukeviciiis. Heririn. Sarno, Der'laininis, Maekie. 

K Huffman, /imlieki 

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Assembly Committee 



Row I: Wall, Graney, Rosata, Badger, Flynn, Karshis 

Row II: Pike, Wolent, Sulkala, Mackie, Pruell, McAuliffe, Brassell 




Election Commission 

Row I: Deasy, Brannelly, Hilliard, Dipcps, Wilder, Pender 
Row II: Tragakis, Johnson, Bonney, Sarno, Crawford, Arvidson 



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Science Club 

Row I: DeFlaminis, Cavallaro, Stitt, Mr- Ganter, Quids, Rodman, Parsons 
Row II: Drew, R. Cavallaro, Merrill, Liutkevieius, MacFarlane, Mackie, Kaktins 



The New Look in Science 



Through the efforts of Mr. Ganter, a 
science club was formed at Norwood High 
School this year. The club was started 
to advance the understanding of science 
among its members and the student body 
of the school. The club formed around 
a nucleus of about fifteen members and 
has expanded to thirty students equally 
divided among the three classes. 

Most of the meetings during this year 
were devoted to organizing a program of 
activities for the Club. The main under- 
taking of the Club this year was the stag- 



ing of the Norwood High School Science 
Fair. The members gained much knowl- 
edge in organizational techniques by work- 
ing on the various committees that ran 
the Fair. 

Next year the range and scope of the 
Club's activities will be widened. In addi- 
tion to continuing to stage the school's 
science fair, the Club plans to conduct 
numerous field trips to places of interest, 
and possibly present an assembly to make 
the student body of the school more aware 
of the role of science in the modern world. 



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Photography Club 

Row I: Murphy, Tonning, Frangiosa, .Jewell, Reed, Krupp, Mcintosh 

Row II: McEachern, Hillman, Martin, Howard, Bonney, Purnell, Carol, Rideout, 
Mr. Sullivan. 




Projection Club 



Row I: Wolley, Kaktins, Jessick, Stupak, Maloof 
Row II: McKay, Baxter, Mattson, Adams 



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Future Teachers 

Row I: Daley, McAuliffe, Wolent, Mahar, DiCicco, Slawecki, Gotovitch, Wilkin- 
son, Kozak, Thompson 

Row II: Armour, Tragakis, Correia, Wallster, Flynn, Crooke, Diggs, Mrs- Coburn, 
Cronin, Barrett, Plasko, O'Brien, C- DiCicco, Olson, Traudt, Johnson 




Library Aides 



Higgins, Sivacek, Babel, Allen, Bannon, Schultz, Fry, Diggs, Wallster, Ramoska 



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Hilltopper Staff 

Row I: Crawford, Race, Close, Sulkala, Mrs. Staton, Deasy, Rosata, DiCicco, 

Kelley 
Row II: Tragakis, Deasy, DiCicco, Bamford, Makaitis, Baxter, Savina, McTernan, 

Kelley, Pike, Pearl 



The Hilltopper Comes of Age 



After a long and arduous journey, the 
"HillTopper" has at last reached a posi- 
tion of importance within the school life, 
as evidenced by a growing interest on the 
part of the students and faculty. With 
the establishment of a larger, better- 
organized staff, we have tried to incorpor- 
ate into the "HillTopper" a new aspect 
with three levels of news reporting, na- 
tional, local and school. 




Our entire staff, under the capable guid- 
ance of our adviser, Mrs. Staton, and 
editor, Mary Deasy, has worked with 
energy and ingenuity. Sports highlights 
were excellently handled by David Kelly 
and Joseph Savina ; art, by Susan Pike and 
Donald Meeker; advertising by Charles 
Sulkala, secretary-treasurer, and Christie 
Tragakis; and photography by Marguer- 
ite Krupp. Many fine feature articles and 
regular columns were contributed by: 
senior reporters Janat DiCicco, Barbara 
Close, Janet Rosata, Carlene Race, 
Jeanne Karshis and Renata Simenas ; 
juniors, Robert Baxter, Algis Makaitis, 
Joan McTernan and Dick Pearl; and 
sophomore cubs Karen Kelley, Joan 
Deasy, Carol DiCicco and Alexis Bam- 
ford. 

We hope that the "HillTopper" will 
become a lasting tradition at Norwood 
High School. 



Mary Deasy, Editor 



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Future Nurses of America 

Row I: Johnson, Babel, Schultz, Wojdag, Miss Lyons, Sansone, Curran, Fournier 
Row II: Maloof, Feeney, Flynn, Wilder, Buckley, Timm, Houghton, Travers, 

MacNeil, Wozniak, Campisano 
Row III: Heylin, Breen, McAuliffe, Nordstrom, Haughey, Stonis, Daley, Corcoran, 

Flaherty, Nelson 




Ticket Sellers 

Row I: Allen, Mohan, Mahoney, Doe, Murphy, Devine 

Row II: Feeney, Acker, Paquin, Socci, Wisgirda, Nasuti, Simmons, Restall, 
Tracey, Fornaro 



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Hilltop Highlights 



Georgia Skope, Susan Carolan, Sophie Slawecki 



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Orchestra 

Row I: Kckhardt, Wallster, Macintosh, Mason, Troilo, Diggs, Duclos, Pallieko, 

rVreliway, Rogers, Hrazzel 

Row II: Chillis, Howard, MeNutt, Hadger, Couture, Nason, Hodman, Seott, 
Mr. Karnliam 



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Row I: Alexander, Gordon. Kelly, Slawecki, Tufts, Rojrers, Puopolo, Devine, 
Mohan, Malacaria 

How 1 1 : Cormier, Devine, Welch, Fulton, Puchalski, Guest, Porazzo, Simoni, 
Hoirers, Allen. Oherlander, Cianearelli, Whitecavage 




Driver Training 

Mr. Fisher, McGovirn, Crowley, Ferrara, Wall, Mr. llonin 



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District Chorus 

Mr- Faucett, Howard, DeFIaminis, Diggs, Stupak, Badger, Troilo, Eekhardt, 
Crawford, Clinch, Duclos 



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Row I: Flynn, Wojdag, Rowland, Gugliotta, Folan, Cronin, Deasy, Rosata 
Row II: Wall, Eckhart, Wallster, Crook, Corcoran, Johnson, Close, Puchalski, 

MaeNeil 
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Row I: Sulkala, Bergin, Arvidson, Donahue, Kunnner, Butters, Crawford, Sarno 

Row II: Mackie, Bonney, Liutkevicius, Cavallaro, Kelley. Cavallaro, Goldman 
Row III: Del, isle, Kaktins, Hanson, Salie, O'Donnell, DeFlaminis, Ward 



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Football 

Row I: Smelstor, Adams, Meeker, Fox, Carrabino, Fitzgerald, Tracy, Zimilicki, Doe, Nasuti, Simmons, 

Giovannucci, Hauck, Babel 
Row II: Martin, Nugent, Coughlin D-, Donahue, Davis, Balfour, Pasquale, Howard, Newman, DeRose, 

O'Donnell, Lane, Bender, Jessick, Coughlin R-, Marks, Taylor 
Row III: Fusco, Feeney, DeBenedictis, O'Day, Carlson, Savina, McGovern, Thomas, Didick, Diaz, Navickas, 

Troilo, Welch, Poirier, Fanning, Folan, Santospago, Zabrowski, Timm, Welch, Mollison, Gulla, 

Scafati 

We Fought For Second Place 



The Norwood squad made its "60" 
debut with a stunning victory over Need- 
ham, 20-8. Phil DeRose, Larry Newman, 
and Don Coughlin accounted for the three 
tallies, while co-captain John O'Donnell 
contributed with a fine rushing perform- 
ance. Jack Lane led the defensive attack 
with an interception and several key 
tackles. 

On the following Saturday the Blue 
and White dropped Walpole, 8-0, in a 
fumble-ridden encounter. Co-captain Phil 
DeRose scored the lone touchdown and 
executed several long runs while the de- 
fense held Walpole scoreless and blocked 
a punt, resulting in a safety for us. 

Sparked by 45 and 70 yard touchdown 
runs by "Philly", our grid heros made it 
win number three against Milton, 20-12. 
John O'Donnell scored the other T.D. on 
a pass play from DeRose. Paul Bender 
and "Monk" Jessick crashed the line con- 
stantly to harass the Milton offensive. 

Philly's touchdown was not enough as 
Wellesley turned the tables, 14-6, in a 
humiliating upset victory. "Ace" Lane 
and John Howard were instrumental in 
restraining the surging Wellesleyans to 2 
touchdowns. 



The Scafatimen bounced right back 
into first place by stomping Braintree, 
18-6. DeRose again scored twice; one 
of them was an 81 yard run, the longest 
in Norwood's recent history. T. J. Bal- 
four was a tower of strength, offensively 
and defensively. Bill Davis plunged 
through for the other T.D. and ran havoc 
with the Wamps' defense. Larry Newman 
joined Jack Cotter and Paul Bender on 
the injury list. 

Despite the improved playing and 
T.D.'s by Bill Davis, and the commend- 
able performance of sophomore Dave 
Tracey, we came out on the short end 
of two crucial games : Framingham, 14-8, 
and Natick, 44-22. 

Norwood handed a greatly improved 
Dedham squad a stinging defeat, 26-20, 
in the annual Turkey Day encounter. 
Phil DeRose highlighted the game with 
two long touchdown runs and connected 
with "John-O" on a 77 yard pass play to 
score the winning tally. Don Coughlin 
plunged over for the other score. 

So ended the 1960 season: a 5-3 record 
and a second place finish. It came as no 
surprise when Phil DeRose was named 
a Class B All-Star. D. K. '61 



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Varsity Basketball 

Bender, Crowley, Carritte, DeRose, Mr. Richardson, Maddocks, Davis, Wallace 

Fighting Spirit To The Very End 

Our two handicaps this year in basket- by a win over Milton and two over Ded- 
ball were injuries and lack of height. We ham. The best game of the year was be- 
also did not have the bench strength that tween favored Natick and Norwood. In 
the other teams did. Going against Need- this game Peter Maddocks had 24 points 
ham in the opening game our team trailed and Co-Captain DeRose 21 points to lead 
in the early stages of the game but in the Norwood team to its first win over 
the last two quarters made it very diffi- Natick since 1958, with a 76 to 69 upset, 
cult for the Bay State Champions. Injuries really hurt our hoopsters with 

The starters for Norwood H.S. this Larry Newman and Eric Konstaitis miss- 
year were Fred Carritte, Forward; Eric ing more than half of the season's games. 
Konstaitis, Forward; Peter Maddocks, With these two players on the team dur- 
Center; and Co-Captain Phil DeRose and ing the full season Norwood would have 



Paul Bender at the Guard positions. 

Also seeing action this year were Peter 
Crowley, Bill Balutis, Hill Davis, and 
Dave Tracey. Credit must be given to 
Paul Bender for substituting in Larry 
Newman's position as guard for most of 
the season. 

Our team played better than the rec- 
ord of 5 wins and 11 loses indicated. We 



bettered their record by far. Another 
misfortune came when starting forward 
and high scorer of the team, Fred Car- 
ritte, dislocated his ankle and was forced 
to miss his last game and a possible chance 
to play in the All-Star tournament. Peter 
Maddocks went in place of Carritte. 

We had two of the top scorers in the 
Bav State League. Peter Maddocks 



lost some very close games, such as scored an average of 15.0 points per 

against Walpole, by a score of 71 to 68, game, which was good enough to capture 

and to Wellesley by a score of 67 to 66. 5th place among the top scorers, and 

In our second meeting with Wellesley we Fred Carritte, who finished 7th, had a 

defeated the Red Raiders by a score of 68 14.5 average per game, 
to 60. Then we followed this game up E. K. '61 



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Hockey Squad 



Row I: Nally, Arvidson, Jessick, Donahue, Smith, Folan, Yelapi J. 

Row II: Patterson, Callahan, Saraca, McNamara, Yelapi R-, Maus, Flaherty 

Row III: Fanning, McCue, Crowell, Petrovek, Callahan 



Blazing Blades 



With respect toward all and fear 
toward none, our determined pucksters 
ventured forth into the powerful Bay 
State League. The championship lineup 
of the Golden Nuggets of "60"-"61" was 
Dave McCue, Walt Nally and Ken Arvid- 
son up front, with Jim Jessick and Capt. 
Charlies Donahue on defense and Don 
Smith in the nest. The finest second line 
in the league consisted of Albie Crowell, 
Paul Johnson and Wayne Petrovick. The 
secret of this team's success was three- 
fold : the two evenly balanced lines, the 
strong defensive unit, and the noteworthy 
team spirit. 

We started off the season with the 
philosophy of "cautious optimism". The 
Nuggets took their first three games with- 
out much trouble but then before them 
lay the formidable obstacle — Framing- 



ham, Needham, and Natick. In a test of 
their championship quality, our boys 
came through with wins of 1-0, 4-2 and 
4-3. At the halfway mark, Norwood was 
leading the league with a 7-0 record. We 
coasted along with the tide of success 
to a fantastic 10 straight wins before 
being caught. At the end of the first 10 
games, Norwood had amassed 29 goals 
and allowed only 6. Jessick and Dona- 
hue formed a solid wall in front of Smith. 
Don, who is more commonly known as 
"Mr. Zero", had six shutouts in a phenom- 
enal display of goal-tending ability. Need- 
ham and Framingham then upset the 
Champs twice by 1-0 margins. 

Our boys roared back trouncing Natick 
5-1 and clinched the Bay State League 
Championship. The Nuggets took charge 
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Row III: 
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Falcone, Saraca, McCormack, Knox, LaCivita, McDermott, Smelstor, 
McDonough, MaeComisky, Tracey, Dundulis, Mattola, DeBenedictis 
Coach Richardson, Marks, Callaghan, D'Espinosa, Folan, Balutis, 
Maddocks, Didick, Carrabino, Maus, Fitzgerald, Coach Scafati 
Mgr- Mollison, Newman, Johnson, Hilliard, DeRose, Nugent, Yelapi, 
Cotter, Coughlin, Pruell, Konstaitis, Hebner 



Play Ball! 



This year's Norwood High baseball 
team was sparked by the timely hitting 
of Phil DeRose and the slugging of catcher 
Jack Cotter. Our diamondmen displayed 
great skill and showed flashes of being the 
standout nine in the Bay State League. 

On opening day, Norwood squeaked by 
Needham 6-5. Brian Hebner's tremendous 
grand slam was the deciding factor in the 
game. Carl Pruell pitched brilliantly in 
the relief. 

Our lads travelled to Dedham next 
where they lost in a slugging duel 12-9. 
Phil DeRose contributed two hits and 
three RBI's. 

At the Civic Field Norwood trounced 
neighboring Walpole 9-3. Carl Pruell 
pitched good ball for nine innings and 
Jack Cotter's three hits included a home 
run and a double. 

Norwood then went into a tail spin, 
losing three in a row. Wellesley soundly 
beat us 11-5 but juniors Pete Maddocks 
and Wayne Petrovek each had two hits. 
Norwood made eight errors then to lose 
to Natick 8-6 ; however Paul Folan 



starred with three hrts including a home 
run. Norwood's fielding lapses continued 
as the locals "took it on the chin" from 
the Framingham Flyers 9-1. However, 
Jack Cotter and outfielders Phil DeRose 
had two hits apiece to save face. 

Norwood's dwindling hopes were sharp- 
ly reversed as the Scafatimen trounced a 
good Milton team 20-5. Jeff Johnson, a 
fireballing pitcher, was excellent in relief. 
Larry Newman belted a grand slam homer 
and Jack Cotter added two home runs to 
put Norwood back on the victory trail. 

Needham and Norwood clashed again 
with the same 6-5 result in Norwood's 
favor. DeRose, Cotter, and speedy out- 
fielder Don Coughlin each had two hits. 
Eric Konstaitis pitched Norwood to tri- 
umph in relief. 

Throughout the first half of the season 
many other players added to our success. 
Dave Nugent and Joe Yelapi, good de- 
fensive infielders, made some fine plays ; 
Jimmy Hilliard, and John D'Espinosa, 
both solid hitters, frequently played well. 

J. O'D. '61 



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OVER HILL 



OVER DALE 



Hanson 





Golfing Gentlemen 



Fillmore, W. Crowley, Pye, O'Brien, Coach Monbouquette, P- Crowley, Crowell, 
Sulkala, Condon, Capt. Donahue 




Anyone For Tennis? 

Row II: Perna, Honeth, Coach Bush, Brissette, Holman 
Row I: Ward, Sarno, DeFlarainis, Johnson 



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C FIEET 



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Everyone For Tennis! 



Left to Right: Welch, Rodgers, Howard, Johnson, Wilder, Co-Capt.; Solomon, 
McAuliffe 



Center: 



Diggs, Co-Capt. 




No Softies Here! 

Front: Scott, Mahar, Feeney, Capt- Wojdag, Bayer 

Rear: Krupp, Wallster, Olson, Plasko, Harris, Flynn, Howard 



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BHSKETDEHRS 



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(^Icl65 Will and ^Jestament 

We, the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Sixty-One, being of relatively 
sound mind and body, do hereby proclaim this to be our last will and testament, 
bequeathing our most cherished possessions acquired during our three year stay 
at N.H.S. to the most meritorious undergraduates and do declare all other endow- 
ments set forth in our name null and void. 

Article I — To Mr. Hayden we leave our genuine thanks for his help in making 

these three years the best possible, and a four years' supply of teething rings 

for the incoming Freshman, the first ever to be admitted to these hallowed halls. 
Article II — To the Senior Advisers we leave our thanks for their counsel and 

a supply of tranquilizing pills for the nerves we may have shattered. 
Article III — To Mr. Roche, the best track coach at N.H.S., we leave a suggestion 

for recruiting boys for the team — tear up the detention slips. 
Article IV — To Miss Ryan we leave an infallible machine able to detect faulty 

out-of-the-room passes and a crown and sceptre to go with her new palatial 

office. 
Article V — To Mrs. Riley we say "merci beaucoup" for her untiring work in 

producing an excellent yearbook and we hope a bigger and better Tiot room 

in the addition. 
Article VI — To Mr. Dehler we leave a megaphone so he may conduct his classes 

without competition from the builders and a recipe for "cooking up" an 

exciting Latin class in the Home Economics room. 
Article VII — To Mr. Ganter we leave a Bermuda Bell for his Laboratory-on- 

Wheels to warn the unsuspecting students of his approach. 
Article VIII — To Miss Wegerdt we leave our back copies of the New York 

Times so she will be able to celebrate the Fourth of July properly with a 

huge bonfire. 
Article IX — To Miss Johngren we leave a graduate engineer to help manipulate 

her tape recorder and other mechanical devices. 
Article X — The 1961 Art Staff of Arvidson, Lindblom, and Pye leave with designs 

on the field of Design. 
Article XI — To Mr. Flaherty, the Senior Play Cast leaves an extra ten years 

to make up for those lost during the hectic play rehearsals. 
Article XII — To Mr. Bonin we leave a Purple Heart for injuries sustained in the 

course of duty. 
Article XIII — To Mr. Learnard we leave a special laboratory coat with various- 
shaped pockets for slide rules and other important instruments. 
Article XIV — Danny Sarno leaves his "Golden Key to Opportunity" to the next 

foreign exchange student, Beverly Rogers. 
Article XV — Charlie Donahue leaves his outstanding quality of leadership to the 

Junior and Sophomore Class Presidents, John D'Espinosa and Channing 

Souther. 
Article XVI — Frannie Eckhardt leaves a gold-tipped, non-skid baton to her 

sister, Mary, to carry on the tradition. 
Article XVII — John O'Donnell and Phil DeRose leave their athletic ability and 

many outstanding feats to Bobby Coughlin and Paul Bender. 

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Article XVIII — Dale Johnson leaves her popularity and personality to next 

year's captain, Jean Ferrera. 
Article XIX — Maureen Feeney leaves her crash helmet to anyone daring enough 

to wear it. 
Article XX — Kenny DeLisIe and Maureen Brannelly leave for Madison Avenue 

to join all the other advertising tycoons. 
Article XXI — Jackie Solomon leaves her Oriental dance to her sister, Phyllis, but 

refuses to part with her bongo drums. 
Article XXII — The Cast of the Senior Play leaves "Onions in the Stew" to the 

culinary artists in the cafeteria. 
Article XXIII — John DeFlaminis and Chuck Sulkala regretfully leave behind 

two Junior girls . . . they're expendable, although they don't know it. 
Article XXIV — Brad Kummer leaves for Germany with fond memories of the 

wonderful year he spent at Norwood High and with the admiring affection 

of all the Senior girls. 
Article XXV — Fred Carritte leaves his ability for racking up points for the 

basketball team to Peter Maddocks. 
Article XXVI — Clyde Adams leaves a hitching post so that pupils arriving on 

horseback will not have to chase their noble steeds across the football field. 
Article XXVII — Doris Folan and Diane Cronin leave their cute sisters to embel- 
lish the landscape at N.H.S. 
Article XXVIII — Skirmante Makaitis and John O'Donnell leave their leadership 

qualities to the Yearbook Editors of 1962. 
Article XXIX — Mary Deasy leaves her excess inches to Rena Alden, and her 

remarkable ability to the many Juniors who can use it. 
Article XXX — Jimmy Crawford and Diane Cronin leave directions on "How 

to Circulate on Circulation" to next year's money collectors. 
Article XXXI — Jimmy Jessick leaves his Lie No. 6 hockey stick and the rest 

of his equipment to the great capability of Dave McCue. 
Article XXXII — The Class of 1961 with a feeling of sorrow leaves the school 

and teachers but faces the future with hope and confidence. 

In witness thereof, we have hereunto subscribed our names and affixed our 
seal on this Ninth Day of June in the year of Our Lord Nineteen Hun- 
dred and Sixty-One. 

Class of Nineteen Hundred and Sixty-One 




ANNE CLINCH 



PAUL BERGIN 



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NORWOOD 



Words and Melody by 
JOHN F. WHEELOCK.1913 

INTROD. 
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-SPONSORS- 



Mr. and Mr. John A. Abdallah 
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Acker 
Dr. George R. Allen 
Dr. and Mrs. R. Altgenug 
Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Arvidson 
Mr. and Mrs. Victor J. Babel 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Balfour 
Mrs. Alice P. Bannon 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Barrett 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Bartsch 
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Bayer 
Mrs. Helen Beardsell 
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Becker 
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Benkavitch 
Mr. and Mrs. George Bergin 
Dr. and Mrs. George L. Bero 
Mr. and Mrs. George P. Biagiotti 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Blasenak 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Bonin 
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth F. Bonney 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. 

Brannelly 
Mr. and Mrs. William Buckman 
Mr. Louis J. Buscone 
Mrs. James H. Butler, Jr. 
Dr. and Mrs. David J. Butters 
Mr. and Mrs. F. Campisano 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Capasso 
Dr. and Mrs. Stephen L. Carbone 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carritte 
Dr. and Mrs. James F. Carolan 
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R. Carrabino 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carroll 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick P. Cass 
Mr. and Mrs. Americo Cavallaro 
Mr. John J. Cavanaugh 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Chapman 
Mr. and Mrs. Francis G. Close 
Dr. and Mrs. Philip 0. Coakley 
Mr. and Mrs. Othello Cola 
Mr. George Cole 
Miss Catherine A. Coleman 
Dr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Collins 
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Conley 
Dr. and Mrs. James F. Connolly 
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Connolly 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Dexter 

Connoughton 
Mr. and Mrs. William Corcoran 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cormier 



Mr. and Mrs. John E. Correia 
Mr. and Mrs. F. Peter Corsini 
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Crawford 
Mrs. G. Crisafulli 
Mr. and Mrs. John Cronin 
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Crook 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Crowley 
Mr. and Mrs. James Curran 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Curran 
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer F. Curtis 
Mrs. Helen Dale 
Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Daley 
Dr. and Mrs. Lewis J. Danovitch 
Mr. and Mrs. Jo' n T. Deasy 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred DeBaggis 
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. 

DeFlaminis 
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Dehler 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Demery 
Mr. and Mrs. Philip DeRose 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. DiCicco 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Diggs 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Donahue 
Dr. and Mrs. Edward L. Donovan 
Mr. and Mrs. James Donovan 
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Drew 
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Dunn 
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley R. Eckhardt 
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Edwards 
Mr. and Mrs. 0. Ekstrand 
Mrs. Gerald Ellis 
Mrs. Helen L. Erickson 
Mrs. R. S. Etter 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Famigliette 
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Fanning 
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Feeley 
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Feeney 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Feeney 
Mr. and Mrs. James Ferrara 
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Fillmore 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fisher 
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Fisher 
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Flaherty 
Mr. and Mrs. John J. 

Flaherty, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Flynn 
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Folan 
Mrs. John T. Folan 
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Foley 
Mr. and Mrs. Ludvig Fournier 



Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Gallagher 

Mr. William Ganter 

Mrs. Louis R. Goepner 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Graney 

Mrs. Mary E. Grenon 

Dr. and Mrs. Frank J. Gualtieri 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gugliotta 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gulla 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hadryan 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. Hanson 

Dr. and Mrs. Walter E. Harwood 

Reverend Leon S. Hatch, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Hayden 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Hemman 

Dr. and Mrs. Nelson T. Hepburn 

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hertle 

Mrs. Edith Honeth 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. 

Howard 
Lt. and Mrs. John R. Howard 
Miss Mary Hubbard 
Dr. and Mrs. Alfred W. Jansen 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Jessick 
Miss Ruth M. Johngren 
Miss Ethel Johnson 
Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson 
Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Johnson 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Johnson 
Mr. and Mrs. Zigurds J. Kaktins 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Karshis 
Mr. and Mrs. Jordan F. Kauffman 
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Kavolius 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Keefe 
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Kelleher 
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Kelley 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Leo Kelley 
Miss Margaret Kenefick 
Miss Erna H. Kiley 
Mrs. Amos C. Kingsbury 
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Klein 
Mr. and Mrs. Pritchett A. Klugh 
Mr. and Mrs. John Konstaitis 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lacana 
Mr. and Mrs. Everett E. Learnard 
Mr. Thomas F. Lee 
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lindblom 
Mr. and Mrs. Feliksas 

Liutkevicius 
Dr. and Mrs. William F. Lovell 
Mrs. Christine F. C. Lovely 



Dr. and Mrs. Roy T. Lydon 

Miss Maureen Lyons 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. MacNeil 

Mr. and Mrs. James K. Mahar 

Mr. and Mrs. Bronius Makaitis 

Mr. and Mrs. Onni Makie 

Mr. Theodore Mantho 

Mrs. M. Adele Marcoux 

Mrs. Thomas P. Martin 

Miss Louise McCormack 

Miss Marjorie E. McCready 

Mr. and Mrs. William McGovern 

Mrs. Ethel Elizabeth McGrath 

Mr. and Mrs. John McMorrow 

Miss Theresa McNulty 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Michenzie 

Most Reverend Jeremiah 

F. Minihan 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Mohan 
Miss Rose Morrison 
Miss Eleanor Murphy 
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Naughton 
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph F. Neilsen 
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene A. Nelson 
Norwood Emmanuel Luther 

League 
Norwood Law Society 
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Nugent 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oberlander 
Dr. and Mrs. John J. O'Day 
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony F. 

O'Donnell 
Mr. Martin O'Donnell 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen O'Donnell 
Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Olson 



Mr. and Mrs. John R. Ostrom 
Miss Elizabeth O'Sullivan 
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas H. 

O'Toole, Jr. 
Mr. Vincent K. Overlook 
Miss Mary Pacheco 
Dr. and Mrs. Valmore Pelletier 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Perchway 
Mr. and Mrs. George D. Perna 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Peterson 
Mr. and Mrs Walter J. Peterson 
Mr. and Mrs. John Piccirilli 
Mr. Frank Porazzo 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Porfert 
Mr. and Mrs. George Pruell 
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Pye 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Quill 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Race 
Mr. and Mrs. John Radei 
Mrs. Millie S. Reeves 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Restall 
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Reynolds 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred N. Richardson 
Dr. and Mrs. Paul V. Riley 
Mrs. Philip W. Riley 
Miss Veronica Riley 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Roche 
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Roderick 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Rogers 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rosata 
Miss Katherine Ryan 
Dr. and Mrs. William F. Ryan 
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Salie 
Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Sansone 
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sarno 



Mr. and Mrs. Irving Saver 

Mr. and Mrs. Orlando M. Scaf ati 

Miss Marguerite Sicurella 

Mr. Kazys Simenas 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simoni 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Hubert L. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Staton 

Mr. Albin Stitt 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Stonis 

Mr. William Dean Storey, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. John Stravinskas 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles 0. Sulkala 

Mr. and Mrs. Neal M. Sweeney 

Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Sylvester 

Miss Bertha Tarallo 

Mr. and Mrs. G. Edward Taylor 

Mr. and Mrs. George Timm 

Mr. Paul Toomey 

Miss Louise Ulrich 

Mrs. Florence Vinson 

Mr. and Mrs. James J. Wall 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wallster 

Mr. and Mrs. Everett Walton 

Mrs. Mary A. Ward 

Miss Margaret Wegerdt 

Miss Nancy Weir 

Mr. and Mrs. Clifford H. Wheeler 

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan D. White 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. White 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilder 

Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Wojday 

Mr. and Mrs. John Wozniak 

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Yelapi 

Homeroom 117 




Dale Johnson and Charles Donahue — Sponsor Chairmen 



^rdvertidina 

S/ne business concerns, companies, and 
itions of- our town are intearal 



oraanizal 



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parts of our lives, v^ommunitu cooperation 
a mutual aoodwill smooth, lile S path 
a mane for pleasant associations in 
aau to aau contacts. 



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[167] 



Remember Bob S's yellow sneakers. 




Established January 5, 1894 



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Is John O' the "King of the Box Boys?' 



L^onaratuiationd 

and 
Best Wishes for Future Success and Happiness 

to 

THE CLASS OF 1961 

NORWOOD HIGH SCHOOL 



Norwood Co-operative Bank 

Promoting Thrift and Home Ownership 
Since 1889 



[ 169 1 



What do Mary R. and Judy D. have in common: 



NORWOOD LAUNDRY CO. 

Launderers and Cleaners 

Fur Storage 

884 Washington Street 

NORWOOD, MASS. 

Tel. NOrwood 7-0999 - 7-1313 

FRIEND LUMBER CO. 

of Norwood 

Next to Norwood Arena 
NOrwood 7-3800 

Open All Day Saturday 

Free Delivery 



FARNHAMS MUSIC SHOP 

Musical Instruments and Accessories 
Lessons on all Instruments 

Record.* - Sheet Music - I'hoiiiitiraphu 

850 WASHINGTON ST., NORWOOD 

(Mown One Block From the Hospital) 

Tel. NO 7-2012 



F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. 



680 Washington Street 



Norwood, Mass. 



All Materials for Contractor, 




Carpenter, or Do-It-Yourself Fan 






GEORGE COLEMAN 


TONY'S BARBER SHOP 


BOOKBINDING CO., INC. 


Anthoney F. Turinese 


363 Albany Street 




Boston, Massachusetts 


502 Washington Street 






Where Your Yearbook Was Bound 



L170 1 



Take tea and see. 



EYSIES SUPER MARKET 

Roger and George Eysie, Props. 

1237 Washington Street Norwood 7-0757 

YOUR HOME TOWN GROCER 



>rom 



Saint Catherine's Debonaires 

and 

Princess Corps 



Compliments of 

THE NORWOOD LAW SOCIETY 



[171] 



What happened to our "enchanted" bird cages? 





Congratulations to 


JOHN KELLIHER 


The Class of 1961 


Variety Store 


ONYX BEAUTY SALON 


210 PLEASANT STREET 


738 WASHINGTON ST. 


NOrwood 7-0149-W 


Featuring All Latest Methods 




of Permanent Waving 


BABEL'S 


NORWOOD ENGINEERING 


PAINT AND WALLPAPER 


COMPANY INC. 


MODENE PAINT SERVICE 


Registered Professional Engineers 


715 Washington Street 


and Surveyors 


(Opposite Union Savings Bank) 






Norwood, Massachusetts 


Tel. NOrwood 7-3128 


NOrwood 7-0143 


BARRY PAPER COMPANY 


LENNY'S BEAUTY NOOK 


1023 WASHINGTON STREET 


10 VERNON STREET 




NORWOOD, MASS. 


NORWOOD, MASS. 






Chic Hairstyling by 


NOrwood 7-2470 


Competent Operators 



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Is Don C. as shy as he claims? 



WILLIAMS OIL-O-MATIC HEATING 



24-Hour Burner Service 



Phone NO 7-0137 
WE GIVE TV STAMPS 

BEAVER COAL AND OIL CO. 





Headquarters for All Occasions 


Mai's 


TUXEDO RENTALS 




Troilo's 




Tailors and Cleansers 


Bigger Better Mai's 

Open Every Evening 


1124 Washington Street 
South Norwood, Mass. 


'til 10 P.M. 


Anthony Fkrrara Joskph Troii.o 




Special Feature 




TONY MARTIN STYLED TUXEDOS 


991 PROVIDENCE HIGHWAY 


Special Coiirte.ii/ Rates for Students 


ROUTE 1 — NORWOOD 


NOrwood 7-3082 




Free Pick-up and Delivery 



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Ginch, why did those cokes cost $.40 each? 



rsita 5 

BEAUTY SALON 

151 R1DGEWOOD DRIVE 
NORWOOD -:- MASS. 

Specialists in Hair Shaping, 
Styling, and Permanent Waving 



TURNPIKE LUMBER CO. 

DOORS, WINDOWS, LUMBER, ETC. 

"Norwood's Friendly Lumber Yard" 
Free Estimate — Free Delivery 

"Service in Our Byword" 



900 ROUTE NO. 1 



Tel. NO 7-0500 



NOrwood 7-5600 

Bernard's 

Furniture and Appliances 

726-28 WASHINGTON STREET 
NORWOOD, MASSACHUSETTS 



WHITE'S ICE CREAM 

707 Neponset Street 
Norwood - Massachusetts 

•BREAKFAST SERVED AT SEVEN' 



"Just Right" 

Your Clothes' Best Friend 
Since 1923 

JUST RIGHT CLEANERS, INC. 

Norwood - Walpole - Natick 



MARTIN FABRICS, INC. 

formerly 
NORWOOD FABRIC SHOP 

Curtains - Draperies - Slipcovers 

TRAVERSE RODS AND 
VENETIAN BLINDS 

6 Guild Street 

Tel. NOrwood 7-1729 



[174] 



Remember when M. Perna baked a cake at, 3 A.M.? 



NORWOOD LUMBER COMPANY 

Bent on Service 
Straight on Quality 

LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL 
East Hoyle Street NOrwood 7-0244 



KLEP'S 
AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE 

BATTERIES — IGNITION — CARBURETION 
LOCKSMITHING — RADIO 

770 Providence Highway 

Telephone NOrwood 7-2279 



[175] 



How did the Bomber cross the center strip 



in? 



HUMPHREY'S MARKET 


Walter J. Glynn, Sk. 


625 WASHINGTON ST. 




NOrwood 7-1441 


STANDARD AUTO GEAR CO. 


The House of Quality 


2 Broadway 


Meats and Fish 


Norwood, Mass. 


Live Lobsters A Specialty 




Thorn McAn Shoe Store 




Style Leaders In 


Kelley's 


Men's and Boys' Shoes 


Filling Station 


712 Washington Street 
Norwood, Massachusetts 


238 PLEASANT STREET 


"SO GOOD IT'S THE BEST 


Tel. NOrwood 7-1642 


SELLING SHOE IN ALL AMERICA" 






CARROLL PERFUMERS 


WIGGINS AIRWAYS 


Norwood's Leading Cosmetics Store 




Specializing in Teenage Jewelry ;mcl Cosmetics 


Norwood Municipal Airport 


Jewelry — Perfume 




Cosmetics — Gift Items 


Norwood, Massachusetts 


645 WASHINGTON STREET 




NOrwood 7-2768 



[176] 



Why do they call Gintautas "Jerry Lee"? 



L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY 



"Known wherever there are Schools and Colleges" 



Class Rings and Pins 

Commencement Invitations - Diplomas - Personal Cards 

Club Insignia - Medals & Trophies 



Mr. Bill Rowan 
Attleboro -:- Massachusetts 



[177] 



Remember when the football team went to see Jack Kennedy at Hyannis. 



E. OToole 






HOWARD JOHNSON'S 


Route 1, Corner of Everett Street 






ON PROVIDENCE HIGHWAY 


ISLINGTON, MASS. 






IN DEDHAM 


GLACIER SAND 


Telephone DAvis 6-3360 


and 






For a Luncheon or a Snack 


STOISE CO., INC. 





Best Wishes 
TO CLASS OF 1960 

NORWOOD GAS COMPANY 

530-532 WASHINGTON STREET 
Tel. NOrwood 7-0179 



[178] 



• Room at the Top ■ 



Nikki's Beauty Salon 



485A Washington Street 



NOrwood 7-0178 




Nancy Pelletier, Maura Graney, Diane Cronin, and Jiikki 
have a gay time getting "prettified" 



ORENT BROTHERS, INC. 



Established 1912 



NORWOOD 



NORTH ATTLEBORO 



CLOTHING and ACCESSORIES 
for the Entire Family 

The Store that Quality Built 



[179 3 



Remember when the girls dug up 


the F.M. sign with a fly swatter. 




"You Said It, Use Your Credit" 


HILLIARD'S 


TEEN AGE CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED 




HALON JEWELRY CO. 


The "400" Restaurant 


644 Washington St., Norwood, Mass. 


711 WASHINGTON STREET 


Headquarters for 




Diamonds, Watches, Hi-Fi's 


NORWOOD 


Cameras, Luggage 




"A Gift Front Your Jeweler in Finest" 


Blue Coal New England Coke 




OUR GUARANTEED FUELS 






ROBERT W. HANSEN 


JOHN A. WHITTEMORE'S 

SONS 


Master Electrician 




601 NEPONSET STREET 


Oil Burner Service 




Range and Fuel Oils 


CANTON, MASS. 




CAnton 6-2030 


710 WASHINGTON STREET 




Tel. NO 7-0764 - 0765 




NORWOOD 


DACEY BROS. DAIRY STORE 


MOTOR PARTS CO., INC. 


Corner Nahatan and 




Fulton Streets 


— Machine Shop Service — 




1014 WASHINGTON STREET 


Specializing in 


NOrwood 7-4250 


"MILK BY THE GALLON" 



[180] 



Remember the chickens who joined the National Honor Society 




WHERE THE CLAN GATHERS 

JFurlnttg'a 

Cottage Candies Candies & Ice Cream 

U.S. Rt. 1, Prov. Highway At The Town Common 

NOrwood 7-4124 NOrwood 7-1293 

NORWOOD, MASS. 

-Jru our ^jrabuloui U->anana (/Sucketi 



NORWOOD TRIBUNE 



506 Washington Street 



NOrwood 7-2844 



NORWOOD'S LOCALLY OWNED 
NEWSPAPER 

Sprightly, comprehensive coverage of community events. 



[181] 



Remember Defoe's theme, "Mack the Knife". 





NO. WALPOLE GREENHOUSE 


MIDWAY CAFE 


Corsages - Cut Flowers 


ROUTE 1 DEDHAM 


Wedding Bouquets - Plants 




MO 8-0159 




Success comes to those who know 




and those who know say . . . 


Barrett Oil Co. 


MacDONALD'S 




COLOR CENTER 


505 NICHOLS STREET 


The Spot to Shop . . . 




for fine Wallpaper, Paint 


NO 7-1199 


and Art Materials 




CENTRAL & DAY STREETS 




NORWOOD 


NORWOOD 


VICTORIA REST HAVEN 


NURSING HOME, INC. 


Nursing Home 


767 WASHINGTON STREET 


Congratulations and 
Best Wishes to the 


NOrwood 7-7191 


Class of 1961 


NOrwood 7-3603 


137 Nichols Street 




Norwood, Mass. 



[182J 



All hail Clyde Adams, the Roy Rogers of N.H.S.! 



THE NORWOOD 
COUNCIL OF CHURCHES 



Extends 



BEST WISHES 



to the 



1961 GRADUATING CLASS 



FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 
Rev. J. H. Hevey, Pastor 



FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 
Rev. Allen Keedy, Pastor 



GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH 
Rev. Edwin Grilley, Pastor 



EMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH 
Rev. Raymond H. Kask, Pastor 



CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE THE UNITED CHURCH 

Rev. Albert D. Stiefel, Pastor Rev. Leon S. Hatch, Jr., Pastor 



Whatever You Do, Do All to the Glory of God!' 
(I Corinthians 10:31) 



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Remember when Peter B. caused a riot on the girls side of the lunchroom? 



ROLLER SKATING 



A Healthy Sport 



ROLL - LAND 



Route 1 Norwood, Mass. 



[185] 



Remember the remembers at Nantasket? 





REGINA GIFT SHOP 


Congratulations 






649 Washington St. 


To the class of '61 From the 


Norwood 


Future Teachers of America 


Religious Articles, Stationery 




Greeting Cards 


NUGENT'S 


The Boys 


GULF SERVICE 


From the Box 




Extend Best Wishes 


883 WASHINGTON STREET 




NORWOOD, MASS. 


To the Class of 1961 







ANDY'S JEWELERS 


GOVE ELECTRIC CO. 

705 Washington Street 


Diamonds - Watches 


Norwood, Mass. 


Sterling 




10 GUILD STREET 


Phone NOrwood 7-0550 


NORWOOD -:- MASS. 


ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS 




Maytag Washers and Dryers 



[1861 



Remember pizza day at Norwood High. 



The Norwood Senior High School 
Student Council 

Extends Its Heartiest Congratulations 
to the 

TIOT STAFF 



Congratulations 

and 

Best Wishes 

FOR FUTURE SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS 
to the 

CLASS OF 1961 

from 

The Norwood Police Department 



[187] 



Remember the cops in the kitchen at Ho-Jo's. 





PETRACCA 


ROSE ANN'S PASTRY SHOP 


MUSIC 


Birthday Cakes Are Our Specialty 


CENTER 




Instruction on Violin, Guitar and 


1031 WASHINGTON ST. 


All String Instruments 


NOrwood 7-2334 


Musical Instruments For Sale 




107 WINSLOW AVENUE 


OPEN ON SUNDAYS 


NORWOOD, MASS. 




NOrwood 7-2830 


GERTRUDE'S 


Dolores 


PASTRY SHOP 






BEAUTY SALON 


Fancy Pastry is Our Specialty 


1047 Washington Street 


641 WASHINGTON ST. 


Norwood, Mass. 


Tel. NOrwood 7-0878 


Telephone NOrwood 7-1664-M 




Quality Values 


DREYFUS & WHITE 






BRENNER'S 


Wholesale — Retail 
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 


CHILDREN'S SHOPS, INC. 


629 Washington Street 


Boys', Girls' and Infants' Wear 


Norwood, Mass. 






652 Washington St. Norwood, Mass. 


Tel. NO 7-1899 — 7-1526 






Telephone NO 7-2276 



[1881 



Will the senior girls play for the Patriots? 



Congratulations to 



THE GRADUATING CLASS 



Norwood Senior High School 



BIRD 

& SOW, inc. 



NORWOOD, MASS. 



EAST WALPOLE, MASS. 
CHARLESTON, S. C. 



PHILLIPSDALE, R. I. 



CHICAGO, ILL. 
SHREVEPORT, LA. 



[189] 



What's Lois going to put into orbit? 



GARNER PHARMACY 


WALLACE H. LEE 


Prescription Specialists 


Plumbing and Heating 


Kodaks — Camera Supplies 


1266 High Street Westwood, Mass. 


639 WASHINGTON STREET 


DAvis 6-6464 


Tel. NOrwood 7-0038 




THE GUILD TAXI 


"Congratulations to the Class of 1961" 




From 


"Cars for All Occasions" 


COLONIAL MARINE Inc. 


J. M. TOMASELLO 




728 WASHINGTON STREET 


Rt. 1 at Airport Entrance 


NORWOOD, MASS. 


COMPLETE SKIN DIVING — AIR 


Tel. NOrwood 7-2350 


NOrwood 7-1100 



HOLLINGSWORTH & VOSE COMPANY 



EAST WALPOLE, MASS. 



[1901 



What did Miss Wegerdt do with her Christmas presents'/ 



The Norwood Fire Department 

extends its congratulations 

to the 

CLASS OF 1961 

because of a fine record 

of 
superior accomplishment. 



JEN'S and PETER'S 




GIFT AND BEAUTY SHOPPE, INC. 




"The Smartest Thing You Wear 




Is Your Hair" 


LIGGETT'S DRUG STORE 




— THE REXALL STORE - 


Stationery and Office Supplies 






702 Washington Street 


Hummels - Cards - Religious Articles 


Tel. NO 7-2694 


Glassware - Paper Goods for Parties 




Material for Making Favors - Shower 




Bells for Rent. 




15 Cottage Street NOrwood 7-1594 





[191] 



Remember the floodlights at football practice! 



Town Square Hardware & Supply Corp. 



599 WASHINGTON STREET 



NORWOOD, MASS. 



Wayside Flowers 


NORWOOD 


& Nurseries 


WOMEN'S SHOP 




631 WASHINGTON STREET 


74 MYLOD STREET 






NORWOOD, MASS. 


WALPOLE, MASS. 




Tel. MOntrose 8-0720 


Tel. NOrwood 7-0236 



[192] 



Why is there a hockey stick in Brendas window? 




YOU GET SUPERLATIVE SERVICE 



at 



SANSONE MOTORS, INC. 



GOODYEAR TIRES 



GULF PRODUCTS 



100 BROADWAY 

Agents for De Soto and Plymouth Automobiles — International Trucks 

Driver Training Cars Provided for 
High School Safety Course 

Safe Transportation Assured for 
Norwood School Children in SANSONE BUSES 



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Who hid when Steve, came home? 



All the best 



From the 



CLASS OF 63 



Congratulations 



From the 



CLASS OF '62 



[195] 



Who took Barbara H's window? 





"Beauty Is Our Business" 


JOHN E. BAMBER CO., INC. 






POWDER PUFF 


Building Construction 
Bulldozer Work 


842 WASHINGTON STREET 




NORWOOD 


445 Walpole St. Norwood 




Tel. NOrwood 7-2690 


Tel. NOrwood 7-1133 




Tel. NOrwood 7-0639 


Congratulations and Best Wishes 




to the 


MACCHI BROTHERS 


Class of 1961 


TELEVISION — AIR CONDITIONING 




FINE FURNITURE 




REFRIGERATORS, RADIOS, WASHERS 


C. H. MALOOF ELECTRICAL CO. 


FREEZERS 




Sold and Serviced 


Norwood, Mass. 


1250 Washington Street 
So. Norwood, Mass. 


CLARK'S PHARMACY 






EDDIE ARMOUR'S 


5(10 WASHINGTON STREET 




NORWOOD, MASS. 


BARBER SHOP 



$ 



Tel. NOrwood 7-2018 



635 Washington Street 



Norwood. Mass. 



[196] 



Long live the B.S.L. Champions! 



CALLAHAN'S 



Norwood Furniture Co. 



Since 1895 



720 WASHINGTON STREET NORWOOD, MASS. 



NOrwood 7-1132 



Wholesale MONUMENTS Retail 

NORWOOD MONUMENTAL WORKS 

MAZZOLA'S MEMORIALS 

C. D. Mazzola and Sons 

WASHINGTON and CHAPEL STS. NORWOOD, MASS. 
Telephone: NOrwood 7-1735 



[197] 



Remember the pumpkin hunting at Scooter's open house? 


To Serve You Better 




John Hancock 

Mutual Life Insurance Company 


WALTER F. GOULD 

SUNOCO PRODUCTS 
and 


Norwood Office 
60 Guild Street Norwood 


SELECTED USED CARS 
1250 Washington Street 


Frank T. Bobst Agency, Boston 
DANIEL C. RYAN, C.L.U. 


So. Norwood, Mass. 


General Agent 






THE FUTURE NURSES 


NORWOOD 


of AMERICA 


MACHINE WORKS 


Take pleasure in lending 


INC. 


a helping hand 




to the 




SENIOR YEARBOOK of 1961 




BARRY PAPER COMPANY 


PAT'S BARRER SHOP 


1023 WASHINGTON STREET 


1146 Washington Street 


NORWOOD, MASS. 


SOUTH NOBWOOD 






NOrwood 7-2470 



[198] 



What's Doris' favorite fruit? 



Norwood Sheet Metal Works, Inc. 

O. J. GERMANO, Prop. 

Warm Air Heating - Radiator Repairing 
Welding - Air Conditioning 

Tel. NOrwood 7-0720 Residence 

7-2314 CAnton 6-1194 

ROUTE 1 —NORWOOD, MASS. 



NEPONSET VALLEY FARM 



Producers and Distributors — 



QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS 



Telephone NOrwood 7-0785 -:- Ice Cream Stand 7-0532 



[1991 



Why did Phil DeRose want that picture? 


NORWOOD SHOE CENTER 


KELLY'S APPLIANCE CENTER 


NEW AND LARGER QUARTERS 


Olympic Easy 
Television Washing 


TO SERVE YOU RETTER 


Sets Machines 


668 Washington St. Norwood 


FASTEST APPLIANCE SERVICE 


NOrwood 7-2982 


Call NOrwood 7-2414 


Formerly Bargain Shoe Center 


514 WASHINGTON ST., NORWOOD 


Cullens' 
Corset Shop, Inc. 


Compliments of 


Camp, Maternity, Surgical Supports 


CORNETTA'S IRON HORSE 


Fashion Foundations and Girdles 
Individual Fittings 


PROVIDENCE HIGHWAY 


Consultant Corsetiere 





NORWOOD SCHOOL 
and OFFICE SUPPLIES 

SMITH-COKONA DEALER 

633 WASHINGTON STREET 

NORWOOD, MASS. 

NOrwood 7-5134 



NORWOOD STUDIOS 

WEDDING CENTRE 

Catering — Photography — Invitations 

Flowers — Formal Wear 

534 WASHINGTON STREET 

(Opposite St. Catherine's Parish) 



[200 1 



What did Sansy do to her red car? 



Blazing Blades . . . 

(Continued from page 150) 

of the league from the first game and 
commanded it through 14 exciting games. 
Paul Johnson's effectiveness was sorely 
missed when he broke his ankle, but Rich 
Armour did a fine job in keeping the sec- 
ond line popping without the seasoned 
veteran. The first line with Dave McCue's 
drive, Walt Nally's keen defensive ability, 
and Ken Arvidson's fierce determination, 
sparkled constantly throughout the sea- 
son. Albie CrowelPs shooting skills and 
Wayne Petrovick's trickiness strength- 
ened the Nuggets enviable offense. Jes- 
sick and Donahue formed an inpenetrable 
obstacle for opposing forwards and were 



cited for their invaluable abilities and 
unsurpassed endurance. Don Smith's agil- 
ity made him one of the finest goalies 
seen in this area in many years. Captain 
Charlie Donahue was chosen for the 
Record- American all - scholastic state 
hockey team. 

Coach Jack Monbouquette's insistence 
that his boys be gentlemen off and tigers 
on the ice was well rewarded. This team 
was complimented on many occasions for 
its outstanding sportsmanlike conduct. 
Monbouquette with his enviable record of 
attainment has set an outstanding 
example by his leadership and has helped 
to mold these boys into fine young men. 

C. D., K. A. '61 



WALTER J. DEMPSEY 



Insurance Broker 



504 WASHINGTON STREET 



NORWOOD, MASS. 



[201] 





Ginch, what is the C.C. establishment by the arena? 










Self 
Service 


HILLS 


The 

Family 

Store 


Kenneth F. Bonney 

•> 


136 NAHATAN ST. 

(Next to Star Market) 
Open Every Evening 'Till 9 p.m. 


N UMBER TWELVE GUILD STREET 
Norwood, Massachusetts 

INTERIORS 

and 
ANTIQUES 



Congratulations 

A & B 
Auto School 

NOrwood 7-6279 
PETER A. WILSON, Prop. 



GILLOOLY FUNERAL SERVICE 

126 Walpole Street 

NORWOOD -:- MASSACHUSETTS 

Telephone NOrwood 7-0174 



[202] 



Why did Lois count to ten and faint? 



UNION SAVINGS BANK 

THREE OFFICES 

216 Tremont St., Boston 16 69 Franklin St., Boston 10 
728 Washington St., Norwood 

SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 

Single Name Trustee Joint Accounts 

Interest Bate 3%% Per Annum 

Deposits Fully Insured Under Mass. Law 

YOU CAN SAVE BY MAIL 

HOME MORTGAGES 

PEBSONAL LOANS AT LOW BATES 

SKE L'S ABOUT LOW-COST SAVINGS BANK LIFE INSURANCE 

To Pay Bills or Send Money Use Our 

"REGISTER CHECKS" 

FRANCIS P. BRENNAN, President 
FRANCIS McQCAlD, Manager of Norwood Office and Assistant Treasurer 



FORREST CONSTRUCTION 
COMPANY 



BEST of LUCK to the CLASS of 1961 
from the 

D. Y.B. - F.A.B.'s 



[2031 



Remember the "machine gun" sound effects in the Fall of '60? 



THE PLIMPTON PRESS 



COMPOSITION 
PRESSWORK 



ELECTROTYPING 
BINDING 



High Street Market 


C & W Food Mart 




Heavy Western Steer Beef 




STORE OF QUALITY 




Meat Groceries & Provisions 


687 HIGH STREET 




WESTWOOD 






301 Nahatan St, NO-7-1620 


Distributors for S. S. Pierce Products 


J. CUKRAN ami J. WALL, Prop. 



[2041 



Remember Reenys '"beat" beach party? 



Office: NOrwood 7-1250 

AMBROSE PRESS, Inc. 

Commercial Printers 
for Over 50 Years 

925 WASHINGTON STREET NORWOOD, MASS. 

F. W. NEILSEN, President F. WILLIAM NEILSEN, Business Manager 



Gulla Brothers 

1032 Washington Street South Norwood, Mass. 



Funeral Home 



raw 



[205 1 



Will Steve B. ever forget that tape recorder? 



Tel. 762-1613 Tel. 762-4556 

JOHN M. LINDBLOM & SON 

Builders Since 1 920 
116 Berwick Place Norwood, Mass. 



ORTINS' SPORTING 
GOODS 

16 Central Street Norwood, Mass. 

NOrwood 7-2121 



R. ZOPPO COMPANY, INC. 

Builders -:- Contractors 

842 BOSTON-PROVIDENCE HIGHWAY 
NORWOOD, MASS. 



[206] 



Will Miss Wegerdt forget Barbara H. in homeroom . . . or Gerardo? 



Buy and Save 



KORDETTE SHOPS 



Norwood's Leading Shop for 



LADIES' APPAREL 



CHARGE AND BUDGET ACCOUNTS INVITED 



MAY FUNERAL HOME 



85 Nichols Street 



Norwood, Massachusetts 



ESTABLISHED 1922 



Telephone NOrwood 7-1509 



A COMMUNITY INSTITUTION SINCE 1895 

THE NORWOOD MESSENGER 



• PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY 
AND THURSDAY 

For school, church, civic, fraternal, social, 
sports, and latest "spot" news . . . complete 
community coverage . . . read the Norwood 
Messenger regularly. 




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Remember painting the trees for the Junior Prom? 



You who will serve your country best must learn — now — to stand in 
public assembly and speak. 

How do you learn this? 

Just as you learn to swim. You seek advance instructions, marshal all your 
courage, and then plunge. 

Early embarrassments will be more than offset by admiration for your 
lonely spunk to try. 



Norwood, Mass. 



Carroll H. WOODS insurance 

AGENCY 
WARREN & ALICE MILLIKEN 



NORWOOD SPORT CENTER 

"New England's Most Beautiful Bowling Auditorium'' 



28 BOWLING LANES 
65 COTTAGE STREET Tel. NOrwood 7-7103 

Open daily 12 noon to 12 midnight 
Sundays 2 to 11 p.m. 



[209] 



Why was Nancy M. a Varsity Choir reject': 



SAM'S 

Television -- Appliances — Furniture 

Visit Our Sleep Shop 

11 COTTAGE STREET 
NOrwood 7-4343 



Best Wishes & Congratulations 
to class of '61 

A FRIEND 



Frank A. Morrill, Inc. 

683 WASHINGTON STREET 

A. L. Bateman Co., Inc. 

683 WASHINGTON STREET 

Gay & Metters 

683 WASHINGTON STREET 
Insurance of Every Description 







NOrwood 7-2715 


RUTH'S 






Millinery - Sportswear 




Foley Travel Agency 


700 WASHINGTON STREET 






NORWOOD, MASS. 




719 WASHINGTON STREET 


NOrwood 7-4131 






( Across from Norfolk County Trust 


Bank) 


NORWOOD, MASS. 



[2101 



Remember the day the boys rode their bikes to school? 



Flaherty Contracting Co. 



55 BERWICK PLACK NORWOOD. MASS. 



Telephone NOrwood 7-1056 



I lice ~Jhi 



Aoseph 

of f/ortvooa 



Dor We, 



HOSPITAL PHARMACY 

914 WASHINGTON ST. 
NORWOOD 

"Norwood's Newest and Most Modern Pharmacy" 



f211] 



Remember Mr. Ganters live stock? 



XOrwood 7-20U 



J. GORDON RITCHIE, INC. 

Jewelers and Watchmakers 

121 CENTRAL ST. NORWOOD, MASS. 



O'DONNELL'S 

PIZZAS, FRIED FOODS TO GO 

"THE BEST PIZZAS IN TOWN" 

82 CHAPEL ST. NOrwood 7-6666 



SHURFINE MARKET 

Matthew Folan and Henry McKeown, Proprietors 

LOCATED AT 448 NAHATAN STREET 
NORWOOD, MASSACHUSETTS 



1212] 



Oh, Dear F.M. road. 



Mac's Auto School 

Complete Courses in Driver Education 

Licensed by the Registrar 

Driver Training 13 Cottage Street 

Private Instruction Norwood, Mass. 



SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. 

NORWOOD SHOPPING CENTER 

Lenox and Nahatan Streets 

Norwood, Mass. 

Air Conditioned for Your Shopping Convenience 



[213) 



How did "Grapefruit" get his nickname? 



Best Wishes 


A. J. FORREST CO. 


to the 




CLASS OF 1961 




from the 






Tel. NOrwood 7-1445 or 7-1446 


Future Business Leaders 




of America 






ESSO JFUEL OIL - OIL BURNERS 



LIGHTING FIXTURES 

Flaherty & DeRoma Electric Co., Inc. 

Electrical Contractors — Dealers 

1033 WASHINGTON STREET 

NORWOOD, MASS. 

Tel. NO-7-4766 

HOTPOINT APPLIANCES 



[214] 



Peabody parties have no parallel! 




At the Henry 0. Peabody School students receive superior 
training to enable them to become leaders in their chosen fields. 



Highest professional standards of intensive training assure successful careers in Foods, Beauty 
Culture, Dressmaking, Fashions, Practical Nursing, Office Positions and the use of Business 
Machines. 



[215] 



Have you ever returned from the V. of Mass. via New York? 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



HI - WAY BOWL AWAY 



Come! Have Fun! 



Distinctive service of quality and 

dependability within the means of all. 

Norwood's most centrally located funeral home 

EASTMAN 

FUNERAL SERVICE 

12 VERNON ST. NOrwood 7-4940 

Serving Norwood and vicinity 

[216 3 



Why ivas Judy C. on the fire escape in her gym suit? 



Specialists in INFRA-RED Baked Enamel Refinishing 

ACME BODY & PAINT CO., INC. 

3430 WASHINGTON STREET 

JAMAICA PLAIN -:- MASS. 

Telephone JA 4-3464 

DANIEL SARNO CHARLES SULKALA 




Mr. Siilkala and Mr. Sarno 
proud parents and kindly advertisers 



C 217 ] 



Why mas the Botany Club so popular? 



Norwood Council No. 252 

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS 

Officers for 1960-1961 

MOST REV. J. F. MINIHAN, D.D Chaplain 

VICTOR BABEL Grand Knight 

JOHN P. TARPEY Deputy Grand Knight 

JOHN J. MURPHY Chancellor 

FRANCIS PAQUETTE Recording Secretary 

JOSEPH KELLEHER Treasurer 

C. JAMES CLEARY Financial Secretary 

MICHAEL ZULLO Lecturer 

THOMAS McMANUS Advocate 

THOMAS ROGERS, JR Warden 

WILLIAM McGOVERN Inside Guard 

JAMES B. CUFF Outside Guard 

JOHNL. GRIFFIN Trustee 

RICHARD F. McGRATH Trustee 

ROBERT F. GEARTY Trustee 



[2181 



Remember Hazel Throckmorton! 



(^onaratutati 



larciiuicitionA 

and 
Best Wishes for Future Success and Happiness 

to 

THE CLASS OF 1961 

NORWOOD HIGH SCHOOL 



A. Cavallaro Co., Inc. 

COMMISSION MERCHANTS 

Fruit and Produce 

Prepackers of 

Sweetheart Squash 

13-1 4 No. Market Street Boston, Mass. 



[219] 



Remember the scramble for late ads! 



LYDON & HAASE CO., Inc. 

PLUMBING and HEATING 
Oil Burner Sales and Service 



205- 207 Fulton Street 



NOrwood 7-0719 



Tiniken Silent Automatic Heat 



PURITAN FURNITURE CO. 


Congratulations and 




Best Wishes to the 


607 Washington Street 


Class of 1961 


Norwood, Mass. 




NOrwood 7-1289 


NORWOOD GIRLS JR. LODGE 




NO. 331 




GEORGIA'S BEAUTY SALON 


PEACHEY'S TV 






Star Market Shopping Center 


Norwood, Mass. 






Norwood, Mass. 


NOrwood 7-6251 


NOrwood 7-3950 



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Our trip to the U.N. ivill long be remembered 



Wright Brothers 

99 Bruce Road 
Norwood 

Remodeling, Additions, etc. 



NO 7-5998 



MO 8-0986 



Cofsky's Express 

BOSTON — NORWOOD — WALPOLE 

Home Office 

63 Austin Street, Norwood 

Tel. NOrwood 7-1224 

Boston Office 

58 Broad Street, Boston 

Tel. HAncock (i-9870 



"YOU BUY THE BEST" 
at 

\~teartu 3 

"Shoes for the Family" 

653 Washington St. 

NOrwood 7-0201 

Florsheim Foot Pal American Girl 



Art's 

"Where you find the finest of 
outdoor New England cooking" 

Providence Highway 
Norwood, Mass. 



[222] 



Our fair lady, M. G., didn't like "My Fair Lady." Why? 



BOCH RAMBLER Inc. 



THE LEADING RAMBLER DEALER 



ON THE EAST COAST 



ROUTE ONE 



NORWOOD 



NOrwood 7-7200 



LUSTRA 

| HOUR CLEANSERS 
3 HOUR SHIRT SERVICE 



142 Nahatan Street 
NOrwood 7-6242 



Laundramat 

Star Market Shopping Center 

Norwood, Mass. 



THE 


CORK 


CITY 


N.E. WINDOW CONDITIONING 


ORGANIZATION 


COMPANY 


Deuce 




Reeny 


963 Watertown Street 


Tinker 




Dave 0' 




Bubba 




Tommy 


West Newton, Massachusetts 


Maura 




Ralph 




Maureen 




Pixie 


ALUMINUM DOORS and WINDOWS 



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Who made all the noise in the Tiot Room, Diane? 

Norwood Automobile Dealers 
Association 



Boch Rambler, Inc. 
Rambler 

859 Providence Highway — Norwood 7-7200 

Central Motors, Inc. 

Chrysler - Plymouth - Valiant - Imperial - Simca 

Route 1 and 50 Central Street — NOrwood 7-2200 

Dalzell Motor Sales, Inc. 
Volvo 

390 Providence Highway — NOrwood 7-5658 

Herb Anderson Motors, Inc. 
Volkswagen 

145 Broadway — NOrwood 7-6820 

Jack Madden Ford Sales, Inc. 

Ford - Falcon - Thunderhird 

825 Providence Highway — NOrwood 7-4200 

John Mack Chevrolet Co., Inc. 
Chevrolet 

31 Providence Highway — NOrwood 7-2780 

Norwood Automobile Company 
Cadillac 

64-68 Broadway — NOrwood 7-0011 

Norwood Buick, Inc. 
Buick 

10 Cottage Street — NOrwood 7-4700 

Ofgant-Jackson Renault Co., Inc. 

Renault - Peugeot - Lark 

858 Providence Highway -- NOrwood 7-6920 

Sansone Motors, Inc. 
Valiant - Plymouth 

100 Broadway — NOrwood 7-2700 



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Doesn't Monk do a beautiful Charleston': 



l/Jour l^ortrait . . . 



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Will we ever forget the scholarly Shakespeare assembly? 



1961 Ujearbook 



. . . CREATED AND PRINTED LOCALLY 
BY OUR SKILLED UNION CRAFTSMEN 
REPRODUCING THE ORIGINAL IDEAS 
AND DESIGNS OF THE HIGH SCHOOL 
GRADUATING CLASS. 



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We wish to take this opportunity to thank the sponsors and 
advertisers who have helped us to finance this yearbook. At the 
same time, we wish to suggest to our fellow classmates and to all 
our friends who read this hook that they patronize the stores listed 
in our advertising section. Yearbook advertising may reach a more 
limited audience than newspaper advertising, but it is much more 
permanent and much more handsomely displayed, and it will be 
read through the years by all of us who cherish this souvenir of 
happy high school days. 

THE EDITORS 

Skirmante Makaitis John O'Donnell 

Maureen Brannelly Kenneth DeLisle 

Diane Cronin James Crawford 

Edith Lindblom Kenneth Arvidson 

William Pye 

FACULTY ADVISER 
Mrs. Florence Riley 



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